Missouri Principal Charged with Failure to Report AbuseRichard Thomas, 37, of Jackson, was charged Monday with a misdemeanor count of failure to report abuse, neglect or death of a child younger than 18.
Missouri House Votes to Crackdown on Online Ticket ScalpingMissouri lawmakers are trying to crack down on mass purchasing of concert and sports tickets for resale.
Woman Enters Plea in Deadly Missouri Wrong-Way CrashKelli Smith entered an Alford plea Monday to a reduced charge of careless and imprudent driving after her earlier involuntary manslaughter conviction was overturned.
Nixon Vows to Veto Sweeping Missouri Gun Rights BillNixon had received more than 4,000 emails, faxes, letters, mail-ins and electronic petitions concerning the bill.
University City Councilman Charged with Misdemeanor Assault A city councilman in the St. Louis suburb of University City is charged with misdemeanor third-degree assault for allegedly shoving a man during a public hearing.
Missouri House Supports Ban on Powdered AlcoholPowdered alcohol can be mixed with water or another liquid to make an alcoholic beverage.
Man, 21, Accused in Connection with Ferguson-Related LootingInvestigators allege Donovan Doan stole beers on Nov. 25th of last year during looting of the Dellwood Market.
Meth Charges Dropped Against NellyNelly's attorney says his record will be clean again in a year when a diversionary program is completed.
Jury Trial Date Set for Sunset Hills Mayor to Face Felony ChargesNot backing down and not making a deal, the mayor of Sunset Hills now has a court date to fight allegations that he sideswiped a cyclist with his car.
Bosnian Woman Lied About AttackA woman who claimed she was she was beaten by three black teens because she was Bosnian now admits she made it all up.
Slay Extending Second Chance to Non-Violent, Misdemeanor OffendersSt. Louis Mayor Francis Slay wants to forgive 220,000 people in the city who failed to show up in court for non-violent misdemeanor cases, giviing them another chance.
Chicago Mayor Lobbying for State to Ease Up on Certain Drug OffensesThe mayor and police superintendent in Chicago are sounding like crusaders for decriminalization of narcotics.