A woman says he allowed two of her foster children to sit in his lap and rub his chest.
Critics say the archdiocese can “cherry pick” the information it releases.
A Missouri judge has tossed out a court challenge that sought to remove a medical marijuana initiative from the November ballot.
The final, official margin of victory is 343 votes for Kansas Secretary of State Kris Kobach in his Republican primary race against Gov. Jeff Colyer.
St. Louis’ top prosecutor says an “exclusion list” of officers who will not be permitted as primary witnesses in criminal cases was requested by the police department itself.
Attorney General Josh Hawley is suing the owners and operators of a tourist boat that sank in Missouri, killing 17 people.
Robert Counts of Joplin filed a lawsuit against the Joplin Post Office in 2017. The incident happened in 2014. The lawsuit states Counts entered the post office on North Main Street on a day it was raining and slipped on the “slick and wet floor.” The lawsuit claims that the post office failed to remove water causing the floor to be slick, failed to barricade and close off the slick area, failed to warn of the slick area and failed to provide an alternate route ar…
Kansas Republicans want a new GOP state lawmaker to resign and end his election campaign to keep his seat over allegations in a television report that he emotionally abused two boys.
A Missouri judge is considering whether to strike down a November ballot measure proposing to change the way House and Senate districts are drawn and limit lobbyist gifts.
A man convicted in a 2016 murder of a former Topeka high school principal has been sentenced to life in prison.