Authorities on Tuesday said court intake staff and police did not follow proper procedures after a weekend shooting at City Foundry STL involving teenagers. The teens were released to their parents.
In January of 1942, a mob dragged Wright behind an automobile through the streets of Sikeston, Mo., then burned his unconscious body.
The Missouri Department of Conservation asks anyone who sees the animal to stay away from it and report the sighting to the state conservation department or local police.
Advocates call wave of Republican legislation a “direct hate attack” on the Missouri LGBTQ+ community.
Police haven't released her name.
A 50-year-old man died after being shot in the chest.
Ask the experts from the Missouri Department of Transportation, St. Louis and St. Charles counties and St. Louis City your questions about highways and roads. The live chat starts at 1 p.m. on Wednesday.
Widely varying amounts of wet, slushy snow was expected to fall across the metro area early Wednesday morning and into the rush hour, the National Weather Service said.
Those suing include former state senator and GOP gubernatorial candidate Darren Bailey and 70 firearms dealers.
In his sixth time on the ballot, Rolen eclipses the 75% necessary to be the only player elected by the writers to the Hall of Fame's 2023 class. He's the 18th third basemen.
A Lincoln County judge Tuesday reduced by half the $1 million cash bail for a former Louisiana, Mo., police chief who is charged with felony murder and drug trafficking.
Opponents say Missourians should not lose the right to use the ballot initiative to make policy changes in the state Constitution
The Land Clearance for Redevelopment Authority on Tuesday is slated to review incentives for several affordable housing projects in St. Louis.
A driver was killed Monday when his vehicle flipped several times after speeding away from a traffic stop in St. Louis County, according to the city's police department.
Kristen Whitted was an innocent bystander shot and killed while driving on Interstate 170 in November 2020.
Terica Ellis apologized to Andre Montgomery's family during sentencing Tuesday.
While powerful lobbying groups like the Chamber and the Realtors oppose the measure, the Missouri Farm Bureau supports the concept
The arguments came in the case of Michael Politte, who for more than two decades has maintained he was wrongly convicted in the 1998 murder of his mother, Rita.
Two more Rockwood School District administrators have resigned, the fourth and fifth high-profile leaders to leave the district in the past two years.
As Republicans declare war against public schools; funding lags and so does the economy.