Slaying Victim’s Daughter: Imprisoned Man Should be Released
The daughter of a Missouri woman who was fatally shot in 2000 says she believes the man convicted of the killing is innocent.
About 300 Cabela’s Headquarters Employees Taking Buyouts
About 300 employees at Cabela's former headquarters in western Nebraska are taking buyouts.
Missouri Medical School Fights Opioid Crisis With Training
The University of Missouri's medical school is working to make sure students train to be responsible doctors in the face of the nationwide opioid crisis.
Missouri Senate Moves to Raise Age for Adult Prosecution
The Missouri Senate approved a bill Thursday that would increase the age that people are automatically tried as adults from 17 to 18.
Missouri Turkey Farm Quarantined After Bird Flu Detected
The U.S. Department of Agriculture says the first commercial case of bird flu in the country this year has been confirmed at a turkey farm in southwestern Missouri.
Greitens, Others to Announce Aluminum Smelter Plans
A Swiss-based company will open an aluminum smelter in the Missouri Bootheel region, creating up to 400 jobs in one of the state's most impoverished areas.
Clinton Officer Described Being Unable to Move Before Dying
A dying police officer said over the radio that he had been shot and didn't think he could make it through the window of a home from which two others managed to escape.
Scene of Clinton Officer’s Killing Was Drug House
Authorities say a woman who was arrested at a Missouri home where a man shot three police officers had been helping the man deal methamphetamine.
Relative Apologizes to Slain Officer’s Family
A cousin of a man suspected of fatally shooting one officer and wounding two others says his relative shouldn't have had a gun because of his criminal history.
Missouri Officer Killed, Two Hurt When Sent to Wrong House
A Missouri police officer who was shot and killed and two others who were wounded had been sent to the wrong house following a 911 call, authorities said Wednesday.