Most of Missouri National Guard to Return Home After Flood FightGov. Jay Nixon called on the Guard to help last month with flood-fighting efforts as rivers and streams rose to record levels.
19 Levees in Illinois, Missouri Monitored For FloodingAt least 18 deaths over several days in Missouri and Illinois were blamed on flooding.
Nixon Calls in National Guard; West Alton Residents Told To EvacuateResidents in West Alton are being told to evacuate immediately at this hour, due to the overtopping of the Consolidated North County Levee on the Mississippi River.
'Game Changer': Charity Provides Segways to Wounded VetsCharity provides six wounded vets Segways, restoring their mobility.
2 Meetings Held by Panel Examining Ferguson DecisionsThe chairman cites difficulty in coordinating members' schedules.
Illinois National Guard Warns of Phone ScamIndividuals are claiming to be with the Illinois National Guard and soliciting donations by telephone.
Republicans Ask Missouri Governor to Arm National GuardRepublican lawmakers are calling on Democratic Missouri Gov. Jay Nixon to arm the state National Guard after a recent attack on two Tennessee military facilities left five soldiers dead.
Should Pentagon Pay NFL Teams to Honor Troops?Sen. John McCain is leading push to stop the spending
Illinois National Guard Soldier Arrested by State PoliceAn Illinois Army National Guard staff sergeant has been arrested on aggravated criminal sexual abuse charges.
National Guard Called Protestors 'Enemy Forces'The Missouri National Guard referred to protestors in Ferguson last year as “enemy forces” and “adversaries,” according to documents obtained by CNN.
Records: Police Wanted National Guard in Ferguson NeighborhoodSt. Louis area authorities planning for a grand jury announcement sought unsuccessfully to station National Guard troops and armored Humvees in a Ferguson neighborhood where Michael Brown had been shot by a policeman, according to records released.
Sen. Schmitt: Committee Not Satisfied with Nixon's National Guard Explanation"It raised more questions than answers," he says.