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.
Police: Missouri Men Stole $5,000 Worth of Pokemon CardsA probable cause statement says the men were arrested at a movie and collectibles pawn shop where they tried to sell the cards.
20-Foot Python Loose in SpringfieldResidents around Rogersville are being warned to keep their eyes out for a 20-foot Burmese python that's been missing since the weekend.
Developer Proposes Casino in SpringfieldA real estate developer in Springfield has floated grand plans for downtown Springfield.
Cardinals Activate Peralta, Option Sierra to AA SpringfieldPeralta, 34, appeared in eight games with the Cardinals to begin the season, batting .120 before being placed on the disabled list on April 17.
VIDEO: Cards Prospect Steals Home on Throw Back to the PitcherIt happened in seconds, but was maybe the most exciting play on Mother's Day.
Grandfather's Ashes Among Items Stolen in MissouriPolice have not recovered the stolen ashes as of last week.
Illinois Senators OK Internet Privacy MeasureIt would also allow internet users to determine which third parties companies such as Facebook or Google are sharing their personal details with.
Ill. House Bill Requires Elementary, High Schools to Teach CursiveDon't toss that grammar school composition paper yet!

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