Missouri

(Chesterfield, MO) -- A Chesterfield podiatrist has pleaded guilty to healthcare fraud. Lawrence Iken and his company agreed to a money judgment Tuesday of nearly one thousand dollars. Prosecutors say that's the amount the defendant and his firm overbilled insurance companies...
(St. Louis, MO) -- A parent of a St. Louis pre-schooler claims school officials are trying to cover up an incident involving her three-year-old daughter. Angie Walsh told "KMOV-TV" her child was touched inappropriately at Laclede Elementary by another student. She said a four-...
(Clayton, MO) -- St. Louis County Police are seeking more of the public's help in capturing looters who hit the Ferguson area in November during violent protests. So far, people in the community have identified five suspected vandals and provided 15 leads. Those who were...
(St. Charles County, MO) -- The retrial of the owner of an O'Fallon laser hair removal business gets back underway this morning. Prosecutors say 50-year-old Lawrence Branam is accused of touching four female patients inappropriately. Last May, a jury found him not guilty of...
(Franklin County, MO) -- A couple has been charged after they were accused of assaulting a woman in Franklin County and leaving her naked in a ditch. Police have charged 37-year-old Crystal Gehm and 30-year-old Jason Kebel with assault, armed criminal action and kidnapping. Cops...
(Springfield, IL) -- There's no telling how long the people will be waiting to use medical marijuana in Illinois. Nicole Wilson tells us why Play Clip
(Springfield, IL) -- Governor Rauner says he's getting rid of anyone who was hired to work for the state since November 1st. And he's rescinding every appointment that former Governor Quinn made on his way out the door. Nicole Wilson has the details. Play Clip
(St. Louis, MO) -- Claire McCaskill is one of the richest lawmakers in Washington. The research group Open Secrets released its rankings of the net worths of all the senators and representatives. At 23-point-four-million, McCaskill was 37th overall, but one of the top ten in the...
(St. Louis, MO) -- The American Archaeological Institute is threatening to pull the St. Louis chapter's charter. The group was told to replace all nine members of its board by the end of the month or be censured at this past weekend's national convention in New Orleans. The...