No Death Penalty For Couple Who Stabbed The Woman's MotherRelatives have said the mother imprisoned Gypsy Blanchard and forced her daughter to pretend she was disabled.
Flash Flooding in Greene County, Ill.Secondary levee breached early Sunday along creek at Hillview
Sheriff: Woman Accused of Killing Mom May Have Faked IllnessA Missouri woman accused with her boyfriend of killing her mother may have faked the need for a wheelchair and pretended to be a Hurricane Katrina victim.
Missing Springfield Woman Found Dead, Daughter Not FoundClaudinnea "Dee Dee'' Blancharde found dead in her home, but her 19-year-old daughter is still missing.
Man Charged for Pulling Over Irritating Drivers Authorities say a southwest Missouri man impersonated a police officer so he could pull over drivers that irritated him and lecture them on their bad driving habits.
Many Missouri Counties Not Granting Gay MarriagesDespite a judge's ruling that a gay marriage ban is unconstitutional, many counties are refusing to issue marriage licenses to same-sex couples.
Child Porn Found At Coach's Home In Girl's KillingA police search of the southwest Missouri home of a middle-school football coach accused in a 10-year-old girl's kidnapping and death found child pornography and more than a dozen guns.
Missouri Coach To Plead Not Guilty In Girl's DeathA middle-school football coach accused in the kidnapping and killing of a 10-year-old girl in southwest Missouri plans to plead not guilty, his public defender said in a brief hearing Friday.
Former Prosecutor: Mo. Lawmakers Must Focus on Child AbuseDarrell Moore says lawmakers should expedite solutions to abuse and neglect the way they did for Boeing incentives.
Saudi Government Posts Bail For Accused KidnappersThe men are charged with kidnapping a woman from a downtown Springfield nightclub and sexually assaulting her in June.
Mo. Gov. Nixon Vetoes Local Vehicle Sales Tax BillNixon's veto marks the second time in two years he has rejected the Legislature's attempt to reverse the effects of a 2012 Supreme Court ruling that has put Missouri car dealers in border cities at a disadvantage.
Missouri Hunters Take 8,500 Turkeys In OctoberMissouri turkey hunters reported taking nearly 8,500 birds last month, a 20 percent increase from October 2011.