Radioactive Waste Found at Missouri Elementary School
There is significant radioactive contamination at an elementary school in suburban St. Louis where nuclear weapons were produced during World War II.
Man Who Killed Three Because They ‘Wouldn’t Leave’ Pleads Guilty
A Missouri man who said he killed his wife and in-laws because they “wouldn't leave" entered a guilty plea Thursday in the case.
Judge Dismisses Lawsuit Over Missouri’s New Voter ID Law
A judge has dismissed the lawsuit challenging a Missouri law that requires voters to show a government-issued ID at the polls.
3-year-old Dies in House Fire at Mobile Home in High Ridge
A 3-year-old boy died early Tuesday after a home caught fire in Jefferson County, south of St. Louis.
Police: Woman held captive for a month, repeatedly raped
A Missouri woman was held captive in a basement room for about a month and was raped repeatedly before she was able to escape, according to charging documents filed Tuesday.
Prosecutors Seek Prison For Rioter’s Attack On AP Journalist
U.S. District Judge Randolph Moss is scheduled to sentence Alan Byerly on Oct. 21 for his attack on AP photographer John Minchillo
Mom Whose Son’s Death Led to Jail Reforms Wins Settlement
Nurses and guards at the St. Louis County Justice Center repeatedly ignored the serious medical distress of her son, Daniel Stout.
Police Investigate Kidnapping, Rape in Excelsior Springs
Clay County authorities charged a man with rape, kidnapping and assault after the woman ran from his house in Excelsior Springs Friday
Florida Drop Tower Will Be Taken Down After Teenager’s Death
The decision to remove the more than 400-foot (122-meter) ride which opened last December in Orlando's International Drive district was directly linked to the death of 14-year-old Tyre Sampson
Fourth Union Approves Deal With Railroads To Get 24% Raises
Another union has approved the deal it made with the major freight railroads last month that helped prevent a strike to secure 24% raises and $5,000 in bonuses