Traffic Stop Leads to Arrest of KC Man Wanted on $100,000 Warrant
The driver pulled into entrance of the Missouri State Fair when the officer initiated the stop, but then the driver fled and led police on a short foot chase.
Police Chief Resigns, Officer Terminated Amid Theft Inquiry
An eastern Missouri police chief has resigned and an officer has been terminated amid an investigation into theft allegations.
Man Dies after Officer-Involved Shooting in O’Fallon
A 64-year-old man is dead after an officer-involved shooting in the St. Louis suburb of O’Fallon, Missouri.
Shutdown Prompts Missouri to Issue Food Stamps Early
Missourians will get February food stamps early because of the federal government shutdown.
St. Louis Native Killed in Syria Following Terrorist Attack
A 42-year old native of St. Louis was killed this week following a terrorist attack in Manbij, Syria.
Winter Weather Expected Across Missouri This Weekend
More winter weather will be passing through much of Missouri this weekend.
One Killed in Columbia House Fire That Was Sparked by Candle
Authorities say one person has died in a Columbia house fire that authorities are blaming on an unattended candle.
Authorities Search for Missing Witness in Homicide Case
Authorities are looking for a missing witness in a pending Missouri homicide case.
Girl Sues Ex-coach, Whose Dad Was Missouri Superintendent
A lawsuit alleges that a former coach had an inappropriate sexual relationship with a student while the coach's father was the superintendent of the school district.
Weightlifter at Lindenwood Charged With Sexual Abuse
A weightlifter for Lindenwood University in suburban St. Louis has been charged with sexually abusing a drunken man in a dormitory room.
This Car Color Insurance Myth is Getting Busted Once and for All
Your car’s color can be a practical choice, an expression of your individuality, or even a chromatic extension of your personal brand. But can it be an indicator of your driving behavior?
Parson Plans to Shrink Missouri Economic Development Agency
Missouri Gov. Mike Parson wants to downsize the Department of Economic Development and move several hundred staffers to the Department of Higher Education.