Greitens RINO Video Spurred Threats To Family, Lawyer Says
Sheena Greitens has received written threats, noting her email address is a public record because she’s an employee at a public university.
Supreme Court Strikes Down New York Gun Law
The Supreme Court has struck down a New York gun law in a ruling expected to directly impact half a dozen other populous states.
Lawsuit Challenges Missouri Voting Aid Restrictions
The federal lawsuit contends Missouri's limits on voter assistance violate federal voting law and should be struck down.
Facebook Removes GOP Senate Candidate’s ‘RINO Hunting’ Video
Facebook on Monday removed a campaign video by Republican Missouri U.S. Senate candidate Eric Greitens that shows him brandishing a shotgun and declaring that he's hunting RINOs
Missouri Man Accused Of Illegal Dig At Native American Site
Johnny Lee Brown, 70, of Clinton, was charged in an 11-count indictment filed April 26 but unsealed and made public on Tuesday.
More Youth Gun Violence: Toddler Shot In Head In St. Louis
St. Louis police say a one-year-old girl was shot in the head and a 23-year-old man was shot in the chest Friday night in the city's Fairground neighborhood.
Parson Signs Property Rights Bill
Missouri's Republican Gov. Mike Parson on Saturday signed a bill aimed at protecting property rights.
Court: Armed Man Arrested Near Justice Kavanaugh’s House
An armed man who made threats against Justice Brett Kavanaugh was arrested near the justice's house in Maryland.
Climate-driven Flooding Poses Well Water Contamination Risks
After a record-setting Midwestern rainstorm that damaged thousands of homes and businesses, Stefanie Johnson’s farmhouse in Blandinsville, Illinois, didn’t have safe drinking water for nearly two months.
Kansas City Man Charged Over Shooting Of Disc Golf Player
A 21-year-old man has been charged with two felonies after authorities said he shot at a group of frisbee golf players