A St. Louis woman who decided to get the location of a meaningful place tattooed on her body accidentally got the coordinates for a random spot in the Pacific Ocean, but she’s taking it all in stride.
Mark McCloskey, a St. Louis attorney who, along with his wife, armed himself and confronted protesters outside their home last year, said he is considering a run for a U.S. Senate seat.
A woman confessed to authorities that an Arkansas mother and her 4-year-old son missing for almost 20 years were murdered by her husband, according to reports.
An excited German shepherd was caught on camera jumping into a toy bin while on a visit to the local store.
A riot broke out at a St. Louis jail late Sunday with inmates breaking windows, setting a fire and throwing debris onto the ground below. It was the fourth uprising in recent months at the jail.
A fallen Missouri police officer will be awarded the Congressional Medal of Honor Society's Citizen Honors Award after he died protecting a friend's business from looters during police brutality protests last year.
A hospital in Missouri displayed thousands of blue pinwheels to mark one year since admitting their first COVID-19 patient.
A Missouri pastor is on leave and in counseling after he told his congregation in a sermon last month that wives should make themselves sexually available to their husbands, "lose weight," and look less "butch."
The owner was able to embrace Bella once again after over a year of not seeing her.
Both parents had tested positive for COVID, and were quarantined in the basement of their home when they were found dead.
A funeral home van with a woman’s body inside was stolen from a convenience store in St. Louis, Missouri. The driver went inside and had left the vehicle running, police said.
The family of an Illinois woman who died last year after drinking hand sanitizer contaminated with methanol is suing the company that made the product.
Officials say inmates at a St. Louis jail have set fires, broken out windows and thrown things from fourth-floor windows in the latest disturbance over conditions amid the coronavirus pandemic.
One Kansas City Chiefs fan decided that since he can’t go to Super Bowl 2021, he’d bring the game to his back yard.
Federal prosecutors allege Patricia Derges, who was elected to the Missouri House of Representatives, knowingly sold fake stem cells marketed as a treatment for COVID-19, defrauding individuals for thousands of dollars.
Aspen Deke battled COVID-19 for more than two months before passing away on Saturday.
Following the violent pro-Trump riot inside the U.S. Capitol on Wednesday, Simon & Schuster announced it will no longer be moving forward with publishing Republican Sen. Josh Hawley’s book, “The Tyranny of Big Tech,” citing Hawley’s “role in what became a dangerous threat to our democracy.”
Darrion Cockrell joined a gang when he was 10 years old. Today, he’s keeping his students from going down a similar path.
Vanderbilt’s Sarah Fuller became the first woman to participate in a Power Five conference football game when she kicked off to start the second half against Missouri on Saturday.
A St. Louis couple facing felony charges for waving guns at racial injustice protesters who marched near their home allege in a lawsuit that a news photographer trespassed to capture an image of the confrontation.