Missouri law now requires voters to show government-issued photo ID at the polls to cast a regular ballot.
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Police discovered the fire after they were called to the woman's house for a domestic disturbance.
County Council ethics committee looking into Clancy's decision to not disclose weed industry work while actively pushing for measure favored by the industry.
ST. FRANCOIS COUNTY — A jail inmate awaiting trial for murder faces new charges this week after two fellow inmates say he sexually assaulted them.
First debate will be Oct. 6 from Illinois State University; the second will be Oct. 18 from WGN in Chicago. Both will be aired live at 7 p.m. on KPLR.
Dawan Ferguson was sentenced to prison after a jury found him guilty of sexually abusing two children over several years. He was also convicted in July of killing his disabled son.
Kia and Hyundai responded to the city's threat to sue by arguing their vehicles were not responsible for the skyrocketing rate of thefts and criminal activity.
Renée Hardin-Tammons replaces Colleen Dolan on the appellate court.
Missouri’s two main candidates for the U.S. Senate, Republican Eric Schmitt and Democrat Trudy Busch Valentine, popped their tops about hops on Twitter.
With treatment, there is a "substantial probability" DeUndreá S. Holloway Jr. could be mentally fit within a year, Judge Neil Schroeder said.
Charles Melvin Johnson II, 35, died in the 5200 block of Emerson Avenue.
While some states have recorded hundreds of cases, Missouri and St. Louis have seen far fewer — and the number of new infections is declining.
The money is part of an $1.5 billion effort to address the overdose epidemic, the White House announced Friday.
Several state’s attorneys are seeking changes in the SAFE-T Act, which is set to take effect in January.
Howell County judge orders deputies to handcuff citizen journalists on public sidewalk outside courthouse.
St Louis unveiled its latest civic asset on Sept. 23, 1929 with formal dedication of the Arena. The Post-Dispatch and the city could barely contain themselves.
Renaud was one of two winners of the national award.
Proposed amendment would allow those 21 and older to possess up to an ounce of cannabis and would allow state-licensed dispensaries to sell recreational marijuana.
Ronald D. Fisher, 43, had been charged with first-degree murder, assault and weapons charges in connection with a shooting that left a man dead.