North Texas Man Pleads Guilty In Theft Of 650 Guns In MissouriQuinton Haywood, of Glenn Heights, Texas, admitted to aiding and abetting others to steal the firearms from a UPS trailer in October 2017.
Son, Daughter Of Missouri House Candidate Urge Voters Not To Elect HimThe son and daughter of a Missouri House candidate are urging voters not to elect him. Emily and Andy West said their father is racist, homophobic and opposes Jews and Muslims.
VIDEO: Woman With Cerebral Palsy Goes Viral With CrossFit WorkoutA St. Louis woman with cerebral palsy has gone viral after video of her inspirational CrossFit workout was posted by her trainer.
Missouri Duck Boat That Sank In Deadly Accident Raised From LakeThe duck boat that capsized and sank last week on a sightseeing cruise was raised from a Missouri lake Monday.
9 Members Of Same Family Killed In Missouri Duck Boat Accident
Missouri Duck Boat Accident Death Toll Climbs To 17Divers found four more bodies Friday in a Missouri lake where a duck boat packed with tourists capsized and sank in high winds, bringing the death toll to 17.
At Least 11 Dead When Duck Boat Capsizes In Missouri LakeAt least 11 people, including children, died after a boat carrying tourists capsized and sank on a lake during a thunderstorm in a country music mecca in southwest Missouri, the sheriff said.
Dog Waits With Missing Toddler Overnight Until Help ArrivesPolice officers and volunteers searched the cornfield near the girl's home for nearly 12 hours and when they finally found her on Friday morning, they found her Yorkshire terrier, Fat Heath, waiting by her side.
Student Tries To Sell High School On Craigslist In Graduation PrankA Missouri student has been banned from walking in his high school graduation after a senior prank was misinterpreted as a "threat" against the school.
Attorney: Too Little Cash For Transgender Killing DefenseThe head of Missouri's public defender system says a suspect in the killing of a transgender teen should be spared from facing the death sentence if he's convicted because there isn't enough money to adequately defend him.
Texas Reopens Case Seen As Inspiring 'Three Billboards' FilmTexas authorities are seeking fresh leads in the 1991 death of a woman whose case is seen as an inspiration for the Academy Award-winning film "Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri."