Missouri County Manages Overcrowding With Jail In TrailersThe 53-foot semitrailers sit in a parking lot near the Greene County Jail. The temporary jail houses 108 beds stacked three high.
Springfield Narrowly Approves Controversial Pit Bull BanThe ordinance approved Monday night will phase in the ban starting Jan. 1. Owners who register their pit bulls before then could keep the animals in the city.
Giraffe Helps Missouri Man Propose to His GirlfriendMakayla Blakey thought she was getting a behind-the-scenes tour of the zoo when the couple approached the giraffe enclosure. Then she saw the engagement ring.
Pizza Hut Worker Says He Was Suspended After GunfightWilliam Hotop says he ran to get a gun that was kept in the store. He says when the intruder pointed a gun at him, they exchanged gunfire in a "good old-fashioned gunfight.''
Trump Says Tax Overhaul Will 'Bring Back Main Street'He promised that it would be "pro-growth, pro-jobs, pro-worker and pro-American."
Confederate Monument Vandalized in Springfield Before President Trump's SpeechThe U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs confirms that someone vandalized the statue, and the Greene County Sheriff's Department is investigating.
Trump in Missouri to Talk Tax ReformPresident Trump travels to Missouri today to promote his push for tax reform.
Trump to Push Tax Overhaul in Missouri Next WeekThe White House says the president will be making the stop in Springfield, Missouri, on Wednesday to begin selling his administration's calls to change the tax system.
Missouri Businesses Raided for Alleged Human Trafficking More than a dozen businesses advertising as massage parlors in Springfield were raided as part of a multi-state investigation into human trafficking.
Springfield Police Investigate Tiny House TheftMissouri authorities are looking for suspects in an unusual theft.
Inside Pitch: Cardinals Share Their 'Called Up to the League' MomentIt's a moment that every minor league player dreams of, but as we found out, it rarely goes as planned.
Missouri City Closer to Prescription Drug Monitoring ProgramMissouri is currently the only place in the country without statewide prescription drug tracking.