NFL Reviewing Keenum Concussion ProceduresThe back of Keenum's helmet slammed into the ground. His hands immediately went toward his head, and he struggled to get up, appearing staggered. But he stayed in the game.
The Latest: Missouri Official Put on Leave Over Protest ActsA woman who was among University of Missouri employees whose videotaped clash with a student photographer during protests on the campus helped fan debate about free press is on administrative leave.
MLB Commissioner Hopes FBI Investigation of Cardinals Ends in OffseasonThe U.S. Attorney's office in Houston tells us there is no new information they can give us at this time.
Peabody Allegedly Funded False Climate Change ScienceNew York A-G questions if coal giant misled investors on climate change.
4 Churches Damaged By Fire in North St. LouisIn the past week four different churches in North St. Louis City and County have been damaged by a fire.
Seven Facing Meth Distribution Charges in Franklin CountyNarcotics investigators in eastern Missouri's Franklin County believe they've broken up a major methamphetamine distribution ring with the arrests of several people.
Missouri Auditor Investigates School's Cyber SecurityThe state's auditor says in the past 10 years more than 250 schools have had a data breach or compromise, several of those in Missouri.
Missouri AG to Announce Legal Action Against WalgreensKoster says an undercover Missouri investigation began after complaints of price tags not matching receipts.
Coroner: No Foul Play Suspected in Truman Student's DeathAdair County Coroner Brian Noe says an autopsy Wednesday on 18-year-old freshman William Batterson of Richmond Heights in suburban St. Louis was inconclusive. Toxicology tests are pending.
University of Missouri Cancels Planned Parenthood ContractsThe University of Missouri and Planned Parenthood have ended their 26-year relationship after state lawmakers started investigating abortions performed at the organization's clinics.
Task Force Examining Work Conditions at Jackson County JailA task force examining problems at the Jackson County Detention Center is focusing primarily on work conditions such as mandatory overtime that might have led to inmate abuse.
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.