The “Faith, Family & Ducks” show at the 11,000-seat JQH Arena in Springfield, Mo has been cancelled due to low ticket sales.
Members of three religious denominations say they are setting aside their differences to work together in Springfield and across the state.
A southwest Missouri sheriff says he will reopen an investigation into a 1997 Springfield girl’s death that is linked to a man who was executed Thursday in Texas.
A jury has convicted a 24-year-old central Illinois woman of murder for the dismemberment of her husband.
The interior of the Lincoln Tomb has been closed since December, as crews fixed cracks in the marble walls and repainted water-damaged ceilings.
Officers were called to home Sunday evening when a woman reported her husband was suicidal and had fired a shot in the house.
A Missouri judge says prosecutors don’t have to provide evidence before the preliminary hearing for a 46-year-old man accused of killing a 10-year-old Springfield girl.
Drury University plans to require all freshmen and sophomores to live on campus, beginning in the fall of 2015.
Requiring juveniles to register as sex offenders impairs rehabilitation efforts for a crime that very few of them ever commit again, according to a study released Tuesday.
The kidnapping and death of Hailey Owens last month has prompted Missouri lawmakers and law enforcement agencies to consider changes to the rapid alert system used to spread the word about possible child abductions.