President Trump Makes First Visit to Missouri Since Election
President Donald Trump is making his first post-election visit to Missouri, a state that could help decide the balance of power in the U.S. Senate.
Mizzou Offers to House Harvey-affected Students’ Families
The University of Missouri is offering to house students' family members who have been displaced by Hurricane Harvey.
Father of Drowned Man to Attend Sentencing of MO Highway Patrol Trooper in Versailles
The father of a 20-year old man who drowned in a Missouri lake while he was handcuffed will be able to attend the sentencing of a highway patrol trooper involved in the case.
Robbery Victim Hospitalized After Baseball Bat Attack
A robbery victim is hospitalized in stable condition after being attacked with a baseball bat in St. Louis.
Missouri’s Minimum Wage Law Takes Effect; Protest Planned
On the day that thousands of St. Louis workers get pay cuts due to a new state law, Mayor Lyda Krewson, faith leaders and others will gather in support of a higher wage.
Four Dead in Suburban St. Louis Shooting
Authorities say a child is among four people killed in an apparent shooting at a suburban St. Louis home.
Workers Say Missouri Government is ‘Caring,’ ‘Underpaid’
State workers most frequently describe Missouri's government as "caring," ''underpaid," ''good" and "unorganized."
Girl Drowns at Church Party for Middle-schoolers
A Wichita church says a girl whose body was found in a lake drowned while attending a party for middle-schoolers.
Minnesota Mom of Slain Girl Says Family Grieving
The adoptive mother of an autistic 16-year-old girl whose burned remains were found on the rural Missouri property of her biological mother says her family is grieving.
Remains of Missing 16-Year Old Girl Identified in Southwest Missouri
Investigators have identified the remains of a missing 16-year old girl from southwest Missouri.