Missouri Man Sentenced to Life for Molesting 2 Young GirlsA 45-year-old southwest Missouri man has pleaded guilty and will serve six concurrent life sentences for molesting two young girls in 2009.
Emporia State Investigation Finds No Evidence of Hate CrimeEmporia State University says an investigation has found no evidence to support hate crime or discrimination allegations made by a black couple while they were working for the eastern Kansas school.
Prosecutor: No Charges Filed in Toddler's Shooting DeathNo charges will be filed - at least for now - in Tuesday's death of a toddler who apparently shot himself by accident with a gun in a Hanley Hills home.
Stray Rescue Founder Wants Justice for BrownieAdrienne Martin was accused of setting Brownie on fire in July 2013. His burns were so bad, he had to be euthanized.
Case Closed in Schweich Suicide InvestigationClayton Detective Lt. Don Bass tells KMOX News the department has finished looking at Schweich's office computer in Jefferson City, Missouri, and found nothing of evidentiary value.
Illinois Group Trying to Get More Rape Victims to Report to PoliceIll. Attorney General Lisa Madigan convening a working group to combat sexual assault.
Edwardsville Dispatcher Accused in Theft InvestigationAn Edwardsville police dispatcher is accused of trying to cover up for an officer charged with burglarizing homes and businesses while on duty.
Ferguson Grand Juror Sues McCulloch to Lift Gag OrderThe juror is referenced in court documents only as "Grand Juror Doe," and is suing to lift the gag order that's traditionally placed on grand jurors.
Appeals Court Orders New Trial in Purse, Cellphone RobberyA state appeals court orders a new trial for a man who claimed all along it was another man - not him - who robbed a woman of her purse and cellphone.
Director of Judicial Administration: Judge Has Made No Agreement to Release Evidence to PublicThere is some confusion about what evidence - if any - against police officer Darren Wilson will be made public.
McCulloch: Michael Brown Grand Jury Still Hearing EvidenceSt. Louis County Prosecutor Bob McCulloch says don't expect a verdict in the Michael Brown case this week or even next.
Missouri Lawmakers Could Debate Prosecutors' RoleFollowing a fatal police shooting that has fueled weeks of protests, Missouri lawmakers could consider legislation that would remove local prosecutors from decisions about whether to charge police involved in deadly shootings.