Powdered Alcohol, Caffeine Illegal in IllinoisThe two new laws will both go into effect January 1.
Saint Louis Zoo Defends Its Ban On GunsDeschamp argued that the zoo is a daycare institution, an educational institution and an amusement park.
Ohio Cannabis Effort Fails, Doesn't Damper MissouriansShow-Me-Cannabis Executive Director John Payne tells KMOX the Ohio measure was doomed. He adds that one of the reasons being that it was on the ballot in an off-year election.
Ohio Second in Fatal Workplace Accidents in OSHA RegionData from the U.S. Occupational Safety and Health Administration show Ohio with the second-highest number of workers killed on the job in the agency's Midwest region this past fiscal year, behind Illinois.
Trial to Begin for Air Force Sergeant on Sex Assault ChargesDavid Lawrence Helm is in military court with desertion, on top of accusations of sexual assault of a minor.
UPDATED: Zoo Takes Legal Action to Block Gun ProtestersMissouri laws may not allow police to keep the protest outside the Saint Louis Zoo's walls.
TBT: Ten-Cent Beer Brewed Mayhem at an Indians vs. Rangers GameOnce upon a time on June 4th, 1974 there was a memorable moment in the land of Ohio.
Prosecutor in Maryville Rape Case to Address MediaJackson County prosecuting attorney Jean Peters Baker has been tight-lipped about the case since announcing in late October that she had been appointed as special prosecutor.
French Government Issued Travel Warning For North St. LouisThe warning reads "éviter le quartier nord entre l’aéroport et le centre-ville, mais la navette reliant l’aéroport est sûre."
New Prosecutor To Probe Missouri Teen Sex Assault CaseCircuit court clerk Elaine Wilson says Jackson County prosecutor Jean Peters Baker has taken on the case.
Mo. Looks at Other States' Death Penalty MethodsGov. Jay Nixon halted Allen Nicklasson's Oct. 23 execution following doctor protests along with threats from the anti-death penalty European Union to limit the drug's export.
Maryville, Mo. Rape Case Draws National AttentionIn the early morning of Jan. 8, 2012, 14-year-old Daisy Coleman was found passed out on her mother's doorstep. She had sneaked out the night before, attended a party, and drank alcohol.