State Confirms Nearly 1,400 More COVID-19 cases, No New Deaths
Missouri health officials say the state confirmed nearly 1,400 more cases of COVID-19 but no new deaths on Sunday.
Two Missouri Officers Suffer Minor Injuries In Shootout
Two police officers from Peculiar were shot during a standoff on a road in the northwest Missouri town.
Symphony Taking Concerts To Patrons’ Homes, Businesses
Musicians are taking performances straight to patrons.
$20,000 Acrylic Case Installed Around Jefferson Marker
A $20,000 acrylic case now protects Thomas Jefferson’s original headstone on the MU campus
Judge Awards Tenants $52 Million For ‘Horrendous’ Conditions
A judge has awarded $52 million in damages to people who lived in “horrendous” conditions at a Kansas City low-income housing complex.
Top Bills Fail In Missouri Governor’s Special Crime Session
Republican Gov. Mike Parson's proposal to give the Missouri attorney general the power to intervene in St. Louis homicide cases has failed.
Missouri Substitute Teacher Requirements Relaxed Temporarily
Missouri is temporarily making it easier for people to become substitute teachers in anticipation of a potential shortage because of the pandemic.
Missouri Spends $1.3M Defending Marijuana Permit Decisions
Missouri regulators have spent $1.3 million to defend themselves in court against a wave of lawsuits filed by businesses that were denied medical marijuana business licenses.
St. Louis Zoo Says Python Laid Seven Eggs Without Male Help
St. Louis Zoo officials are trying to solve the mystery of how a 62-year-old ball python laid seven eggs without being around a male
Central Missouri Woman Stabbed To Death; Suspect Arrested
Authorities arrested a suspect after a 22-year-old central Missouri woman was stabbed to death on Labor Day.