Criminal Justice Ministry Says Lost Funding Will Cost Taxpayers MoreCriminal Justice Ministry lost the $150 thousand it gets from the state, but executive director Anthony D'Agnostino says they actually save taxpayers far more than that.
St. Louis Man Freed After 30 Years in Calif. PrisonA St. Louis man is free after spending more than three decades in a California prison for a murder he says he didn't commit.
Greitens Slams Health Care Expenses in New $27.6 Billion BudgetMissouri Gov. Eric Greitens says tax credits and high costs for health care have caused state budget problems.
The Super Bowl Ads Everyone Already Knows AboutOne ad features Patriots QB Tom Brady and shockingly Doritos will not have a commercial this year.
Illinois Man Cleared in 1991 Rape After 25 Years in PrisonA state attorney says he does not intend to hold a retrial on the sexual assault charge, but does expect Illinois State Police to reopen the case.
Illinois Unable to Pay $2.5M to Exonerated Ex-Inmates Due to Budget WoesThe Innocence Project says the money is a recognition by the state that it wrongfully kept the men in prison.
Cardinals Non-Tender Seth Maness, Pitcher Becomes a Free AgentManess, 28, was drafted by the Cardinal in 2011 and made his Major League debut in 2013, helping the Cardinals to a National League pennant and World Series appearance.
Full Schedule Released for 2017 World Baseball ClassicTeam USA's first game is against first-time participant Colombia on March 10.
Possible Leak of Blues Official Winter Classic JerseysThe leaked jersey looks like a throwback to the inaugural 1967-68 Blues.
New Video Expected to Be Released in Stockley TrialThe local police union says it will announce what it calls "damning revelations" about the video.
St. Louis Hearing to Begin Monday on Witness IntimidationCircuit attorney Jennifer Joyce claims that two witnesses in the last two months were killed because of their involvement in prosecuting a defendant.
Animal Rights Group Sues Univ. of Missouri Over Medical Experiments The group is seeking information on 179 dogs and cats used for the University of Missouri's School of Medicine experiments between January of 2014 and December of 2016.