CREVE COEUR, Mo. (AP) — An investigation continues after fire destroyed a building in a suburban St. Louis apartment complex. The fire broke out around 2:30 a.m. yesterday at the Oxford Hills apartment complex in Creve Coeur
JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. (AP) — The Missouri House has passed legislation aimed at addressing ethics concerns in the only state that allows both unlimited campaign contributions and lobbyist gifts while permitting lawmakers to immediately become lobbyists after leaving office
SPRINGFIELD, Mo. (AP) — Police say a Springfield man was caught with methamphetamine after trying to steal a cart full of merchandise from a business. Thirty-year-old Joe Walters is charged with stealing and possession of a controlled substance
ST. CLAIR, Mo. (AP) — Authorities in eastern Missouri are trying to determine how many trucks were stolen in a theft ring that struck several towns along Interstate 44. Police now believe at least 20 trucks were taken, mainly from used car lots, repair shops and body shops
JACKSON, Mo. (AP) — Jackson police say a suspect is in custody after drugs, a stolen handgun and $26,000 in cash were found inside a residence. The Southeast Missourian reports the arrest comes after an investigation by Jackson police and the Drug Enforcement Administration
CAPE GIRARDEAU, Mo. (AP) — Authorities say a 6-year-old girl is expected to recover after being hit by a vehicle over the weekend. Cape Girardeau police say the girl was taken to a hospital on Saturday for injuries that appeared to be non-life-threatening
JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. (AP) — Missouri farmers could get money back for certifying their products as organic. The Missouri Department of Agriculture this week announced farmers could get as much as $750 back for certification costs
JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. (AP) — Missouri could limit the number of official creatures, foods and other state symbols under a bill up for a vote in the House. The Post-Dispatch reports the bill has been introduced by Republican Representative Tom Flanigan of Carthage
JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. (AP) — Missouri GOP lawmakers still are grappling for consensus at the Legislature's midway point. The most Republicans ever in the House have helped speed the passage of abortion restrictions and a bill to bar mandatory union fees
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