Services Set for Missouri Highway Patrol TrooperThe Missouri State Highway Patrol says funeral services will be held later this week for a trooper killed in a crash in northeast Missouri.
Peaceful Night At Scene of Police ShootingProtestors block intersection, march, but no violence.
DOTSON: Police Will Stand Ready All WeekendSt. Louis Police are preparing for possible trouble on the streets after an autopsy shows the man shot and killed by police earlier this week was shot in the back.
Ferguson: County PD Chief Expects Peace, Is Ready for AnythingBelmar says one big advantage this year will be the presence of interim Ferguson Police Chief Andre Anderson.
30 Drownings in Missouri, Surpasses Last Year's TotalThe drownings occur primarily because people tried to drive through flooded roadways or in high water.
Woman Killed in Chain-Reaction Bridge Wreck; Driver SoughtMissouri authorities were searching for a flatbed truck's driver who fled a deadly chain-reaction wreck on the St. Louis area's Blanchette Bridge across the Missouri River.
Murder Investigation in Hermann May Be First in More Than a DecadeAuthorities say there hasn't been a murder in Hermann since the police chief took his job 13 years ago.
10 Killed in Traffic Crashes Over Fourth of July WeekendThere was one St. Louis-area fatality - 45-year-old Charles Meyer of St. Louis was killed July 3 in a crash in Franklin County.
Motorcyclist Struck By Hit-and-Run Driver in Jefferson CountyMotorcyclist thrown from bike, seriously injured.
Woman Killed by Hit-and-Run Driver on I-70A 20-year-old woman was struck and killed by a hit-and-run driver early this morning near Lambert Airport.
More Than 400 Pounds of Marijuana Chocolate SeizedWithin 24 hours of the state legislature taking up a bill that would legalize the use of medicinal marijuana in Missouri, a California man traveling through the state was arrested for having nearly 400 pounds of marijuana chocolate.
Mo. Highway Patrol Declines to Help St. Louis PoliceThe Highway Patrol does not have the funding to assign troopers in the city, Col. Ron Replogle told Missouri's Senate Appropriations Committee.