Voter ID Requirements Head to Missouri Senate Floor
Two proposals aimed at requiring Missourians to show photo ID before voting are heading to the Senate floor.
Two People Die in Crash in Central Missouri
Authorities say two people are dead after a crash on Interstate 70 in central Missouri.
Missouri Representative Proposes Birth Control From Pharmacists
A Republican lawmaker wants to make it easier for Missouri women to get birth control.
Increased Enforcement Planned Along Stretch of US 61
Traffic enforcement will be increased along a portion of U.S. 61 near the St. Charles County and Lincoln County line, following an accident last month that killed a woman and her two daughters.
Missouri Official Signs $750M Export Agreement With Colombia
Missouri's economic development director has signed a $750 million export agreement with the country of Colombia.
Missouri Lawmakers Debate Restricting Abortion Methods
Missouri lawmakers are debating whether to criminalize a common second-trimester abortion method.
Former Jefferson City Bank Officer Sentenced
A former Jefferson City bank teller has been sentenced to 15 months in federal prison for taking $410,000 from the vault.
Captured Hotel Clerk Shares Glimpse of Captors’ Life on Run
An Alabama hotel clerk abducted at gunpoint says his captors shared glimpses of their life on the run, telling him they hope to make it to Florida to get married and start a new life together.
Homeless Springfield Woman Dies After Vehicle Strikes Her
A homeless woman who was featured in a documentary has died after a vehicle struck her in Springfield.
Police: Cape Girardeau Man Imprisons, Beats Woman for Six Days
Police say a homeless Cape Girardeau man held his girlfriend in a house for six days and assaulted her.