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A charity that raises money by selling donated boats across the country, including Missouri and Illinois, has spent thousands of dollars of that money to make payments to businesses operated by its top two officials.
Fire in one building spreads to another, but quick action by firefighters aided in safely evacuating a man living in the home.
A GOP-controlled board in Kansas is trying to decide whether to remove President Obama from the state ballot over objections about his birth certificate.
Two different crashed in Jefferson County prove fatal to the drivers involved.
It's one of the most talked about double murder cases in Missouri's history...and now one of the convicted killers gets another day in court. Reggie Clemons is on death row for the 1991 murders of sisters Julie and Robin Kerry.
What follows below are highlights of new laws and changes to existing law based upon the Missouri General Assembly's bill summaries. A link to the Senate or House summary of each bill is also provided. Unless otherwise noted, the new laws and amendments to current laws are effective August 28, 2012.
Walk through the halls of Parkway West High School and you will quickly notice that many lockers are unlocked and sit empty.
As a community and a country now try to heal, here at home a teen has taken up quite a project to show his support for Aurora and its victims.
St. Louis Rams running back Steven Jackson sat out most of the final three quarters of Sunday's victory over the Washington Redskins with a groin strain that worsened on his last few carries.
'Today in St. Louis' went dark for a short time due to a downtown power outage Monday morning.
It's one of the biggest questions about the most well documented cases of an exorcism in U.S. history.
A St. Louis policewoman was taken to the hospital as a precaution.
The games have begun at Sky Zone as teams compete for first place in the "Skylimpics."
You're never too old to show someone your love, but if you do it in the wrong place, you could get into trouble.
States elect presidents via the Electoral College, and new polls give President Obama the lead in three big ones: Ohio, Florida, and Virginia.
Rolling brown outs. That's how officials with the Cottleville Fire Protection District describe what will happen without a tax increase for 2013. It's an issue that will be back on the ballot in the St. Charles County community come this November.
Lawyers for a 13-year-old boy charged with murdering his 2-year-old half-brother and sexual abusing another young half-sibling will ask a Florida judge to dismiss the case.
The state has agreed to consider whether St. Louis Public Schools should remain unaccredited.
Paula Sims of Alton, Ill., confessed to murdering her daughters -- 13-day-old Loralei in 1986 and six-week-old Heather -- in 1989. In her first television interview, Sims is speaking about what led her to kill her daughters.