Was 13-Year-Old's Death Justified Under Mo. Castle Doctrine?Attorney Kevin Jamison, who worked to pass the law, says to legally shoot someone on their property, a person has to be in "reasonable fear of unlawful force."
Lawsuit Promised by Local Police Over County Council VoteThe St. Louis County Council tonight is expected to pass County Executive Steve Stenger's proposed minimum standards for municipal police departments.
Kansas City Petition Challenges E-Cigarette Use RestrictionThe deadline to turn in the petition was Sunday.
Missouri Lawmakers Question Money for Refugee ResettlementA Republican-led budget committee on Monday reviewed how the federal money is used for housing, medical care and cash assistance.
Rams Owner Stan Kroenke Meets with Gov. NixonMeeting comes as Missouri House Budget Committee blasts stadium funding plan
Man in Chimp Mask Robs O'Fallon, MO Gas StationGun-wielding suspect remains at large.
Thanksgiving Parade Makes Return To Streets Of St. LouisAmeren Missouri sponsored parade wasn't held in 2014.
Effort to Get Cannabis Oil to Missouri Residents Starts SlowNeurologists are reluctant to certify patients to try a treatment that does not have federal approval.
Chris Hrabe's High School Sports Spotlight: CBC FootballCBC football is not only trying to win a second-straight Missouri State Championship for the trophy - the Cadets will play this Friday looking for revenge, proper send off for its seniors.
Missouri Man Allegedly Pointed a Loaded Rifle at a North Dakota DeputyAuthorities found two loaded semiautomatic rifles in Bradford's vehicle.
Supreme Court Tosses St. Louis Murder Convictions for Man on Death RowThe court's 4-3 ruling on Tuesday sends Reginald Clemons' case back to circuit court, and gives the state 60 days to either seek a retrial or allow charges to be dismissed.
Report: Missouri's Unemployment Rate Drops SlightlyThe department says Missouri's rate is the lowest it's been since April 2007.