Terrence J. Lambert, 24, was arrested after he crashed his car at the intersection of Shrive Avenue and Natural Bridge in St. Louis, Missouri.
The incident was captured on several webcams and home security cameras.
Former St. Louis, Missouri officer Randy Hays plead guilty to federal charges of beating an undercover colleague who was posing as a protester during a 2017 protest.
Environmental activist Sutu Forté has been given until Friday to end her "tree sit" protest against construction in Missouri.
Taylor Russey was bought the Powerball ticket by a regular customer at Bleacher's Bar in O'Fallon, Missouri.
As of Tuesday morning, the storm is lurking over the Rocky Mountains. Parts of Montana are expected to receive almost five inches of snow. The storm is expected to move through the Rockies and affect parts of Nebraska, Kansas, Missouri, and Iowa, after hitting Utah, Wyoming and Colorado.
If the state health department's bid to shut down a Planned Parenthood clinic is successful, the case could serve as a "template" for other states, according to abortion rights expert Mary Ziegler.
Six Flags St. Louis will be hosting what's been touted at the largest-ever screening of the cult classic film, and what will also be the largest screening ever of the movie in Missouri history.
Tanner Maggard, 19, is accused of mutilating the animal on a baby changing table in the restroom of an Arby's in the Kansas City suburb of Lee's Summit.
The original photo, showing the boy wearing a 'Trump 2020' shirt and hat, was cropped and edited before being posted online.
In an effort to avoid taking advantage of a loophole in the Sunshine Law, a Missouri politician seeks to ban the use of message-deleting apps by other politicians to conduct public business.
A dirt bike rider using local trails came across Ryan Linneman, 37, on Wednesday evening during a chance encounter at the bottom of a 50-foot descent in Kansas.
Jennifer Salfen-Tracy said her eldest son Cody Bishop is homeless in Las Vegas after becoming addicted to meth and heroin.
The messages range from "Is That Your Turd? Cuz That's Absurd" to "This Is A Nudge To Pick Up The Fudge."
"It takes a truly callous person to skin a dog alive and it's completely heartbreaking," said Amanda Good, state director for the Humane Society.
Despite the efforts of paramedics and other emergency workers, the boy died in hospital from gunshot wounds sustained during the shooting.
"It really surprises me that no one in the community said, 'You better check that lady out,'" Sheriff Eric Knox of Benton County, Missouri, told the Associated Press.
Susie Torres, of Kansas City, was shocked by the close encounter: "I'm shaking off my clothes, and I don't put my purse on the floor. I'm a little more cautious."
Kelli Dunaway said the book "offers a message of inspiration to anyone embarking on a new phase of life."
The parents of students who took their own lives say a fraternity brother gave them "advice on how to commit suicide."
The National Weather Service has urged the public to stay safe in the excessive heat.
J'Aime Brown's mother says she kept seeing the numbers seven and 11 throughout her pregnancy but didn't think anything of it.
After her car was stolen, a Missouri woman became an amateur investigator, tracking down the thieves and stealing her own vehicle back.
"The Liberty Police Department was surprised to see this incident slip out, which stinks for the arrestee," the City of Liberty tweeted.
A woman at a Missouri DMV claimed she needed to be served immediately because "the president's security was in danger."
The mayor of a Missouri town stepped down on Tuesday after claiming to have received hateful messages on social media.