The city attorney in Ferguson, Missouri, says the city's insurance company paid $1.5 million to settle a lawsuit filed by the family of Michael Brown.
The 2015 wrongful death civil lawsuit filed by the parents of Michael Brown has been settled in secret.
The St. Louis Post-Dispatch reports that the family of Michael Brown, the city of Ferguson, former Ferguson Police Chief Tom Jackson and former police Officer Darren Wilson are nearing settlement of a lawsuit over Brown’s 2014 fatal shooting by Wilson.
A St. Louis Circuit Court judge has temporarily stopped the city from removing a controversial Confederate monument from Forest Park.
A hug for a house -- that's all one Excelsior Springs man wants in exchange for hand-built dollhouses.
A former journalist and spurned ex-boyfriend from St. Louis pleaded guilty in a Manhattan court Tuesday to making bomb threats against Jewish Community Centers nationwide, according to the Daily News.
Nearly 17 years in prison for someone else's crime: A Kansas City's man freedom only came when his look-alike showed up in prison too.
A mother and her newborn had a brush with death after a piece of metal falls from a train overpass as they drove underneath.
The Confederate monument was placed in the park in 1914 by the Daughters of the Confederacy. About two year ago, then-mayor Francis Slay created a committee to discuss how to remove the monument.
A group of Northland tractor owners hit the road Saturday in the first ever American Legion Tractor Cruise. It's all to benefit veterans struggling with PTSD.
Law enforcement can be a dangerous job, but a brave deputy from the Jefferson County Sheriff’s Office encountered a different type of danger Tuesday morning.
They were the weapon of choice among gangsters during the Roaring 20’s and the 1930s – and now more of them can be in your hands.
A man on a mission to mow grass in all 50 states stopped in Kansas City on Monday. Rodney Smith Jr., started an organization that mows lawns for single mothers, veterans and older Americans.
A stranger bought an airline ticket for Keaton Tilson, 19, so he could go home to Illinois to see his family on Memorial Day weekend.
Grapefruit-sized hail pounded Adrian, Missouri Saturday afternoon. The storm hammered homes and cars and left a trail of damage.
Bill Lee Eblen, 92, a Marine Corps veteran, fulfilled his goal to be the “something blue” at his niece’s wedding in Missouri on May 13, 2017, after having pneumonia.
The Raytown School District confirms it sent out a letter on Tuesday offering to help Raytown Middle School students who were on their bus when the bus passed the body of a person who took his or her own life.
Dashcam footage of a traffic stop involving a woman who later died when her car went into the Missouri River has been released.
A Missouri couple was arrested in the death of a 2-year-old after the boyfriend of the mother’s child performed “wrestling moves” on her, police said.
Greeter Montell Bruce was hurt in the Sunday shooting at the House of Refuge Family Worship church in south Kansas City, Missouri.
Just in the nick of the time in under two minutes, the two quick-thinking, Kansas City dads and several other good Samaritans rescued Carlos Green.
A Kansas City, Missouri, man born in Somalia has been ordered detained on a passport-fraud charge while the FBI investigates whether he has terrorism links.
Missouri state records show an emaciated boy whose father later killed him and fed his remains to the family's pigs told authorities he was being abused.
At least 12 students and the driver were hurt after a school bus slammed into an interstate highway guardrail and ran into a ravine in the St. Louis area on Thursday.
A Missouri sheriff who continued to work despite having his sheriff's license suspended after his arrest last month on assault and other charges was involved in a jail altercation last week in which an inmate died, Missouri's top prosecutor said in calling for his firing.
Missouri senators voted early Wednesday to give residents the option of whether to get a driver's license that complies with a federal identification requirement, which would allow people to board airplanes and enter military bases.
St. Louis County police are looking for a man who waited in line at a bank before robbing it.
A Kansas man will be sentenced to life in prison Monday for the killing of his 7-year-old son, who authorities say was subjected to horrific abuse and was "essentially starved to death" before his remains were found in the family's pig sty.
A man who was captured in an iconic photo throwing a tear gas canister at police in a Ferguson protest was found dead Friday, according to a report.
Joseph Fiorilli is ready to go home, even though most everything he left behind when the flooded Meramec River inundated his eastern Missouri home will be a soggy, stinky mess.
Arkansas in recovery mode after record flooding By Willie James Inman Parts of Arkansas were hit hard by severe flooding on Wednesday forcing hundreds to evacuate.
Some Missouri lawmakers are so concerned about stricter driver's license requirements mandated by the federal government that they're determined to defy the standards, risking new hassles next year for residents trying to fly or enter military installations.
The Latest on flooding in the Midwest (all times local): 8:30 a.m.
A flooded house rammed into a bridge in Arkansas, pushed along by powerful rushing water and captured on video -- just one of the moments of destruction from the deadly flooding pummeling parts of the Midwest this week.
St. Louis police say they have detained a male student after Saint Louis University sent out a campus alert that shots were fired near a residence hall on campus.
A river’s levee breached northeast of Little Rock, Arkansas Wednesday morning, prompting flash flood warnings from authorities. Residents were urged to leave the area immediately..
A man and a woman have admitted using online ads for sexual services to find victims for armed robberies.
A 34-year-old woman was reportedly grazed by a bullet a Cardinals baseball game Tuesday night. She was in Busch stadium when a bullet hit her in the elbow. Her seat was near the Cardinal's dugout.
Rising river in St. Louis is threatening to flood over 1,000 homes as more rain is forecast
The archdiocese covering the Kansas City, Kansas, region and much of the eastern part of the state said Monday it is severing ties with Girl Scouts and urging an end to cookie sales, citing philosophical concerns with the organization.
At least nine people have been killed by tornadoes or flooding in the South and Midwest by a storm that also dumped a rare late-season blizzard in western Kansas on Sunday.
Security footage of a gun point robbery at a Kansas City Jimmy John's has gone viral with millions of views. The employee stands completely calm with a gun in his face while everyone was wondering, what was going through his mind?
Authorities say a body found in a concrete-encased container in central Missouri is that of a man who went missing from a home for the mentally disabled.
The maternal grandmother of a 7-year-old Kansas boy whose remains were found in a pigsty says she has seen videos that detail gruesome abuse the boy suffered at the hands of his father and stepmother.
The United Methodist Church announced that its top legislative body will hold a special session in order to determine what stance the mainline denomination will hold on homosexuality.
Kansas City police released clear surveillance video showing a worker at a Jimmy John's sandwich shop calmly handing over money with a gun pointed to his head.
The former guardian for a central Missouri man who police believe was recently found dead in a concrete-encased container said she once called an abuse hotline because she believed he was being mistreated at a home for the mentally disabled.
The University of Missouri's Columbia campus has announced revised policies related to protests, with the changes coming nearly two years after the campus was besieged by demonstrations over racial concerns.
A St. Louis man ordered to spend more than a quarter century in prison on drug charges has failed to have his prosecution overturned, despite his argument that he has a religious duty to sell heroin.
A Missouri convenience store clerk was hailed as a “she-ro” by fellow employees after police said she fatally shot a would-be robber during a smoke break.