Mo. Auditor Releases State Health ReportMissouri Auditor Nicole Galloway has released a report examining the state's performance in some key areas such as the economy, education and health.
Report: Missouri Program Helped No One In 5 YearsThe program was supposed to help people receiving child-care benefits transition off the state allocations through a pilot program run by two organizations.
What's On Second? Minors to Experiment With New Extra Innings RuleMLB expected to test a new extra innings format, in which the 10th inning will begin with a runner on second base.
NBC's Bob Costas Replaced by Mike Tirico For Olympics CoverageCostas, 64, began his broadcasting career at 22-years-old calling Spirit of St. Louis basketball games on KMOX. He said he's not retiring from the business, but entering the ``Tom Brokaw phase'' of his career.
Shiloh Man Sentenced 12 Years For Gas Station Robbery, Stripping Naked TwiceIllinois State Police collected the clothes he stripped off from both the 2011 and 2014 crimes, and found Jackson's DNA on both sets.
Missouri Bill Requires Missing Firearms to Be ReportedGun owners failing to file a report on a missing or stolen firearm could face up to $100 for the first violation and $1,000 for the second.
Report: Missouri Women Struggle to Close Pay Gap``As corporate leaders can see the data, they then can make the leap to really develop solutions,'' Women's Foundation President Wendy Doyle said.
First City Homicide of 2017 ReportedThe city recorded 188 homicides in 2016, the same number as 2015.
Health Care Task Force Provides Update On Its Work``Every dollar that is improperly spent in our health care programs is a dollar that is not reaching our most vulnerable residents,'' Rauner said in a statement.
Rauner Signs Plan Limiting Mentally Ill From Owning GunsUnder the old law, a person deemed by a judge to have a mental illness could lose his or her gun owner identification card.
US Capitol Lockdown EndsCapitol police had said they were searching for an individual but offered no details.
Dotson: "I'm Not Stepping Down and I'm Not Resigning"The Ethical Society of Police (E.S.O.P.), representing about 20 percent of the force, issued a harshly critical report of the department under Dotson.