Missouri

(Ozark, MO) - A Missouri man is now charged with killing a pregnant woman, her unborn child, and two other people in a small southwest Missouri town. Prosecutors charged 25-year-old Brian Williams with four counts of murder on Tuesday. Authorities in Ozark, Missouri say Williams...
(St. Louis, MO) -- Snow is on the way to the St. Louis area, but not a large amount. The National Weather Service expects a light dusting of up to two inches starting tonight into Thursday morning. After the snow comes the bitter cold. Highs Thursday will be in the low 20s, and...
(Jefferson City, MO) -- The Missouri Legislature is taking a close look at the state's use-of-deadly force law. A Senate committee met Tuesday in Jefferson City to discuss the issue in light of last year's police involved shooting of unarmed teen Michael Brown in Ferguson. The...
(St. Louis, MO) -- St. Louis police are investigating a standoff that ended tragically Tuesday in the Benton Park community. Cops say an armed man refused to come out of a garage in the 28 hundred block of McNair. The suspect's girlfriend was also in the garage, but she was able...
(Jupiter, FL) -- As full-squad workouts begin today for the Cards in Jupiter, Florida, the team plans to address the offseason drunken driving death of outfielder Oscar Taveras. Cardinal General Manager John Mozeliak told the "Post-Dispatch" that he'll have guest speakers...
(Undated) -- After failing to secure a spot on an NFL roster, Michael Sam will now try his moves on the dance floor. The first openly gay player drafted in the NFL has been selected as a cast member for the new season of ABC's "Dancing With The Stars." The 25-year-old was a...
(St. Louis, MO) -- If you're identity isn't at risk from a data breech at Anthem, odds are you know someone whose is. A new report finds roughly one out of every three people in Missouri were affected by the cyber attack on the health insurance company. Hackers took names,...
(Kansas City, MO) -- Missouri Senator Roy Blunt had a lot to say this weekend at a Republican Party event in Kansas City, but he has yet to respond to his latest political challenge. Last week, Missouri Secretary of State Jason Kander announced that he'll contend for the...
(St. Louis, MO) -- St. Louis jazz musician Clark Terry has died. He was a 2010 Grammy Lifetime Achievement honoree. Terry also was a mentor to music legends Miles Davis and Quincy Jones. He became the first African American staff musician on "The Today Show." Terry was 94.