Missouri Man Sentenced For Shooting Deaths of Wife, In-laws
A southwest Missouri man who shot and killed his wife and her parents because he was upset his in-laws would not leave their house has been sentenced to life in prison.
Missouri Democrats Say House Dress Code Debate A Distraction
The new rules require female legislators and staff members to wear a jacket such as a cardigan or blazer.
Robbie Knievel, Daredevil Son of Evel Knievel, Dies At 60
Robbie Knievel died early Friday at a hospice in Reno after battling pancreatic cancer.
Search Is On For 4-year-old; Caretaker Accused of Neglect
A 4-year-old Oklahoma girl was reported missing and her caretaker was arrested on charges of neglect.
Lisa Marie Presley, Singer and daughter of Elvis, Dies at 54
Lisa Marie Presley died Thursday after being hospitalized for a medical emergency.
Lisa Marie Presley hospitalized, Mother Priscilla Says
Los Angeles County paramedics were dispatched to a Calabasas home at 10:37 a.m. following a report of a woman in full cardiac arrest,
Missouri Boarding School Under Investigation Will Shut Down
A Christian boarding school in Missouri that's been under intense scrutiny over abuse allegations announced Wednesday that it will close later this month due to financial hardship.
All Departing US Flights Grounded After FAA Computer Outage
A computer outage at the Federal Aviation Administration brought flights to a standstill across the U.S. on Wednesday morning.
Retired Missouri Priest Sentenced For Possessing Child Porn
James T. Beighlie, 72, pleaded guilty in October to two counts of possession of child pornography.
New Missouri Auditor Scott Fitzpatrick Takes Oath Of Office
Missouri Auditor Scott Fitzpatrick took office Monday during a ceremony at the Jefferson City Capitol building.