- St. Louis jury awards $55M in Johnson & Johnson cancer suit Updated: May-03-16 2:09 am
ST. LOUIS - A jury in St. Louis has ordered Johnson & Johnson to pay $55 million to a South Dakota woman who claimed the company's talcum powder caused her to develop ovarian cancer.
- Phillies drop 10-3 decision to Cardinals Updated: May-03-16 1:02 am
ST. LOUIS - Philadelphia Phillies right-hander Jeremy Hellickson didn't want to walk Adam Wainwright. He sure didn't want to give up a home run to his counterpart either but that's what happened.
- Royals' bats remain quiet in 2-0 loss to Nationals Updated: May-03-16 1:00 am
KANSAS CITY, Missouri - There are ample reasons for Ned Yost to be concerned about the Royals' struggling offense, from three recent shutouts to the prolonged slumps of stars such as Alex Gordon and Lorenzo Cain.
- Gonzalez, Nationals blank Royals 2-0 to win 4th straight Updated: May-03-16 12:37 am
KANSAS CITY, Missouri - Dusty Baker has been around long enough to know hitters tend to heat up with the weather.
- Cardinals hit 5 home runs in 10-3 win over Phillies Updated: May-02-16 11:28 pm
ST. LOUIS - Adam Wainwright pitched six innings and hit a three-run home run - the first of five for St. Louis - as the Cardinals snapped a four-game losing streak with a 10-3 victory over the Philadelphia Phillies on Monday night.
- Missouri House passes ban on traffic-ticket quotas Updated: May-02-16 9:16 pm
JEFFERSON CITY, Missouri - The Missouri House has passed a bill to bar cities, counties and law enforcement agencies from setting traffic-ticket quotas.
- Missouri House proposes expanding A+ Scholarship for college Updated: May-02-16 8:39 pm
JEFFERSON CITY, Missouri - Missouri students in private schools would be eligible for the state's A+ Scholarship under a bill advancing in the Legislature.
- Missouri House passes legislation to protect Airbnb Updated: May-02-16 7:19 pm
JEFFERSON CITY, Missouri - Some Missouri lawmakers want to protect lodging websites such as Airbnb from local ordinances that could regulate the services out of business in the state.
- Chiefs exercise fifth-year option on LT Eric Fisher Updated: May-02-16 5:12 pm
KANSAS CITY, Missouri - The Kansas City Chiefs have exercised their fifth-year option on left tackle Eric Fisher, which means the former No. 1 overall draft pick is scheduled to make $11.9 million during the 2017 season.
- Illinois construction worker dies weeks after explosion Updated: May-02-16 2:41 pm
ST. LOUIS - A construction worker from southwest Illinois has died several weeks after suffering severe burns in a gas explosion while on the job.
- Tiny houses in Kansas City to serve homeless veterans Updated: May-02-16 2:11 pm
KANSAS CITY, Missouri - A group of military veterans hopes to build small homes for struggling and homeless veterans on a vacant piece of land in Kansas City.
- Police: Worker at airport stole from blind woman Updated: May-02-16 1:46 pm
ST. LOUIS - A worker at Lambert Airport in St. Louis is accused of stealing from a blind woman in a wheelchair after helping her at the airport.
- Columbia considers freeze on some student housing permits Updated: May-02-16 1:45 pm
COLUMBIA, Missouri - Columbia is considering putting a freeze on new permits for student housing construction until December.
- Artist loans Warhol inspired works to museum after heist Updated: May-02-16 1:06 pm
SPRINGFIELD, Missouri - A Colorado artist has loaned a series of paintings inspired by the works of Andy Warhol to a southwest Missouri museum from which seven valuable Warhol prints of Campbell soup cans were stolen.
- Fatal shooting by Missouri trooper followed vehicle stop Updated: May-02-16 10:49 am
FRUITLAND, Missouri - The Missouri State Highway Patrol is investigating after a trooper fatally shot a suspect following a traffic stop.
- Missouri man arrested by highway patrol dies at hospital Updated: May-02-16 9:46 am
COLUMBIA, Missouri - Authorities suspect that a central Missouri man who became sick and died after he was arrested had ingested methamphetamine.
- Woman charged with murder in fatal drug overdose Updated: May-02-16 8:16 am
CALEDONIA, Missouri - An eastern Missouri woman is charged with second-degree murder for allegedly injecting another woman with a fatal dose of drugs.
- Chiefs gamble on trio of players with background questions Updated: May-01-16 9:24 pm
KANSAS CITY, Missouri - The Kansas City Chiefs have put as much faith in their off-the-field detective work as their between-the-lines scouting the past few years, and the result has been draft gems such as Marcus Peters.
- Long ball beats Martinez as Cards get swept by Nats, 6-1 Updated: May-01-16 8:00 pm
ST. LOUIS - Two pitches turned what looked to be another gem by Carlos Martinez into his first subpar performance of the season.
- Scherzer, homers help Nationals sweep Cardinals, 6-1 Updated: May-01-16 6:57 pm
ST. LOUIS - Max Scherzer always makes sure to eat some toasted ravioli when he comes back to Missouri.
- Sheriff trying to determine if body is that of missing man Updated: May-01-16 4:14 pm
MACK'S CREEK, Missouri - Investigators are trying to determine if a body found in southwest Missouri is that of a man who has been missing for several days.
- Ameren proposing 2 customer-supported solar energy efforts Updated: May-01-16 2:30 pm
ST. LOUIS - Ameren Missouri is considering two voluntary programs that would ask customers to pay more or provide property to support more solar power.
- University gives Boone home to Missouri county's park system Updated: May-01-16 12:11 pm
NEW MELLE, Missouri - A university that owned the two-century-old house in suburban St. Louis that once was famed frontiersman Daniel Boone's home is donating the property to the county's park system.
- University of Missouri diversity chief returns to law school Updated: May-01-16 11:58 am
COLUMBIA, Missouri - An interim diversity officer at the University of Missouri will be returning to the university's School of Law in the fall.
- Missouri Legislature weighs business tax breaks Updated: May-01-16 11:26 am
JEFFERSON CITY, Missouri - Lawmakers in Missouri's Republican-led Legislature have proposed pro-industry measures ranging from incentives for small businesses to a tax break for farmers who raise captive deer to sell the animals' urine. Here's a breakdown of the estimated costs and where some of the legislation stands as the May 13 end of session approaches.