A couple in St. Louis who had been married for 65 years died on the same day just a few hours apart from each other.
One K9 hasn’t even completed his first year on-duty and is already making big moves.
Police in Kansas City, Missouri, say at least two people are dead and 15 people were reportedly injured in a shooting outside a bar.
A husband and wife who were together for nearly 65 years have died on the same day.
Three-year-old Makhi from Missouri said a prayer for his preschool classmates before they shared lunch together.
Churches in the St. Louis area have bought up and eliminated nearly $13 million in medical debt that was weighing down 11,000 families.
Loyola Chicago beat Missouri State 62-58 on Saturday.
The Missouri Tigers beat the Illinois Fighting Illini 63-56 on Saturday.
The Salukis lost to Missouri 64-48 on Sunday.
Jacob de la Rose reached deep into his bag of tricks to help the St. Louis Blues get a big comeback win from three goals down.
A teacher has been placed on administrative leave after asking students to put a price on slaves.
A hunter bagged a rare albino buck on the last day of firearm hunting season.
All of the twins were born approximately five to 14 weeks early, the hospital said.
The Western Illinois Leathernecks beat Central Christian College 113-62 on Saturday.
"If anyone knows these men, or the families they belong to, I would love to send these men home."
States across the U.S. are experiencing a lower supply of Christmas trees this year.
Fresh blackberries sold at Fresh Thyme Farmers Market have been linked to a hepatitis A outbreak affecting residents in at least three states, federal health officials say.
Shabari Davis returned a punt 36 yards for a touchdown and, trailing at halftime, Southeastern Missouri State scored three late touchdowns to defeat Eastern Illinois 26-12, winning at O'Brien Stadium for the first time since 2010.
A 10-week-old golden retriever was born with a tail on his forehead, garnering adoration on social media and a fitting nickname: “puppercorn.”
Cities in Missouri will no longer be able to ban pit bulls, according to a bill advancing in the state legislature. The measure, which was passed 117-17 by the House last week, would mean that municipalities could no longer ban pit bulls or other dog breeds sometimes considered dangerous. Supporters of the bill say that pit bulls are no more unsafe than other breeds and ordinances targeting specific breeds amount to "doggy discrimination."