Vacant Missouri Cabin Explodes; No Injuries ReportedSheriff Gary Toelke says no one was injured during the blast about 7 p.m. Sunday near Catawissa.
Feds Reaching out to Former Missouri Nuclear Weapons WorkersDepartment representatives will staff the event slated for March 29 and 30 at the International Union of Operating Engineers Hall in Bridgeton
Study: Change in Background Check Law Leads To More Gun DeathsMissouri has had 110 more gun-related deaths a year since a change in background checks for gun purchases.
Local Theaters Prepare for Widely Anticipated 'Star Wars: The Force Awakens' PremiereKelly Hoskins, with Wehrenberg Theaters, says up to 90 percent of their auditorium space is showing it, with some start times as early as 4 a.m.
Federal Agency to Study Contamination at Coldwater Creek"I have seven brothers and sisters, and I think there's five of us that have had cancer, and both of my parents have had cancer," Kolkmeyer says.
Should Cab Drivers Carry Guns? Some Already DoDrivers say recent shooting shows need for protection.
ATF Report: Missouri Gun Violence Largely HomegrownNearly 5K guns were traced in the Show-Me State in 2014.
Illinois's New Weed Businesses Worried About Gun LawsMedical Marijuana hasn't been sold legally in Ill., yet, but business owners are worried about being liable for gun incidents at their stores.
50 Arrested, Over 34,000 Dosage Units in Heroin TakedownSt. Charles County Prosecutor Tim Lohmar announced Wednesday the arrests of over 50 individuals in a major heroin takedown.
Nixon Addresses Reasoning for Not Deploying National Guard in FergusonMissouri Gov. Jay Nixon cited the shooting of four Kent State University student protestors 45 years ago by Ohio National Guard troops as a reason he did not make greater use of Missouri's National Guard in Ferguson.
Three-Way Gun Fight in Spanish LakeWhat started as a Sunday evening drug deal in Spanish Lake ended in a hail of gunfire, leaving two men wounded and a third grazed by a bullet.
Police: Man Who Wanted to Buy Guns Tied Up, Robbed in HomeHe advertised in the Thrifty Nickel that he wanted to buy guns, but instead a 79-year-old Spanish Lake man was tied up and had his weapons stolen.