A deputy sheriff in Missouri had an emotional reunion with his son after returning from a deployment in Afghanistan.
A St. Louis couple facing felony charges for waving guns at racial injustice protesters who marched near their home allege in a lawsuit that a news photographer trespassed to capture an image of the confrontation.
Missouri state health officials said they don’t believe the man was in close contact with the more than 1,800 voters who visited the polling location where he was working on Election Day.
A grand jury earlier this month indicted Mark McCloskey, 63, and Patricia McCloskey, 61, on charges of unlawful use of a weapon and tampering with evidence.
Police said the man saw the 64-year-old woman who had collapsed while jogging on the sidewalk. But instead of helping her, investigators say he stole her cellphone and left her to die.
Mark and Patricia McCloskey of St. Louis were indicted by a St. Louis grand jury on charges of unlawful use of a weapon and tampering with evidence.
Mark and Patricia McCloskey were in court briefly and did not enter a plea. The judge continued their case until Oct. 6.
Tamarris L. Bohannon, the police officer in St. Louis who was shot in the head Saturday responding to a barricade situation, succumbed to his injuries Sunday, authorities said.
A second officer who was shot in the leg was treated and released after the shooting.
Mark McCloskey came out with a semi-automatic rifle and his wife emerged with a semi-automatic handgun. No shots were fired. Missouri law allows homeowners to use force, even lethal force, to defend their homes.
Reds broadcaster Thom Brennaman has been suspended from working Cincinnati's games after using an anti-gay slur on air Wednesday night, prompting the team to apologize for the "horrific, homophobic remark."
A single Kansas City, Mo. mother who lost her job during the COVID-19 pandemic decided to gift her $100 lottery winnings to a police officer shot in the line of duty because of the selflessness of her 12-year-old daughter.
A trunk hauling crates of whiskey through Missouri spilled thousands of bottles onto a highway after overturning early Wednesday.
President Donald Trump believes St. Louis’ top prosecutor committed an “egregious abuse of power” in charging a couple who displayed guns during a protest outside their mansion.
St. Louis’ top prosecutor told The Associated Press on Monday that she is charging a white husband and wife with felony unlawful use of a weapon for displaying guns during a racial injustice protest outside their mansion.
The governor of Missouri says President Trump has promised to "do everything he could within his powers" to shield a St. Louis couple who wielded guns at protesters in their gated community from prosecution, even as an attorney for the client says charges are imminent.
A Missouri couple under fire for brandishing guns in the front yard of their home as protesters passed told police the group broke a gate to get onto the private street, and the pair say they only retrieved their firearms when they spotted “multiple” people who were already armed, department records show.
A white couple pointed guns at protesters in St. Louis as a group marched toward the mayor’s home to demand her resignation.
The Missouri Department of Health and Senior Services reissued a license for the state's only remaining abortion clinic on Thursday, capping off a year-long legal battle that underscored the narrowing options available for women who sought to obtain abortions in some states.
Law enforcement officers from across Missouri joined state troopers to pat K-9 officer Cuba’s head one final time before Cuba’s partner took him on his final walk before being put down at the Animal Care Clinic in Branson, Missouri.