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Missouri woman hunts down thieves, steals car back: report

By Bradford Betz

A Missouri woman with no background in investigating tracked down the suspects who stole her car, then stole the car right back, according to a Monday report. 

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Boy, 7, is killed when pickup and horse-drawn carriage collide in Missouri: state police

By Talia Kaplan

An 7-year-old boy has died and several people suffered serious injuries after police said a pickup truck crashed into a horse-drawn carriage in Missouri on Thursday.

Missouri woman arrested after opening fire in DMV parking lot, reportedly due to impatience

By Paulina Dedaj

A Missouri woman was arrested Tuesday morning for firing a gun in the parking lot of Kansas City DMV after witnesses say she became inpatient over the long lines. 

Loud flatulence gives away suspect's hiding spot, Missouri police say

By Danielle Wallace

Missouri law enforcement was able to “sniff out” the location of a person wanted for a controlled substance over the weekend after the suspect passed gas so loudly that it gave up his or her hiding spot, officials said.   

Five people found dead in St. Louis building

By David Aaro

St. Louis County police are investigating a 'suspicious death scene' after multiple people were found dead in an apartment building on Saturday.

Missouri man set neighbor's house on fire, killed woman as she ran away over property dispute, police say

By Travis Fedschun

A property line dispute between neighbors in Missouri dramatically escalated over the weekend when a man killed his neighbor's wife and then himself after lighting a home on fire, according to officials.

Missouri man celebrates pothole's 3rd birthday

By Paulina Dedaj

A Missouri man decided to get the attention of his city’s public works department by throwing a birthday party for a pothole that he had been complaining about since March. 

Missouri's last abortion clinic granted stay to continue providing service amid battle over license

By Anna Hopkins

A Missouri commissioner ruled on Friday that the state's only abortion clinic can continue providing the service at least until August as a fight over its license plays out, adding that there's a "likelihood" that the clinic will succeed in the dispute.

Missouri mayor resigns, to leave state due to ongoing threats made on social media

By Danielle Wallace

A Missouri mayor resigned Monday after only a year in the position and is poised to move his family out of state “in a matter of days” as a result of ongoing threats on social media.    

Missouri woman, 23, missing for more than 2 weeks was last seen with boyfriend: police

By Travis Fedschun

The search for a missing woman in Missouri has stretched over two weeks after she was last spotted with her boyfriend at a gas station.

Rogue hot air balloon at Missouri festival leaves 1 injured

By Nicole Darrah

At least one person was hurt after an out-of-control hot air balloon ripped through a crowded festival in Missouri on Saturday after organizers said an "experienced balloonist" grazed a tree.

Storms hit Kansas and Missouri, knocking out power and forcing flash flood warnings

By Nicole Darrah

Hundreds of people were without power in Missouri and Kansas on Sunday as storms ripped through the area, prompting officials to warn drivers to remain off the roads as flash flood warnings were in effect.

Missouri's lone abortion clinic loses license to perform procedure

By Vandana Rambaran

Planned Parenthood in Missouri, the only abortion clinic in the state, lost its license on Friday to perform the procedure, but a federal judge has ordered the clinic remain open and will allow them to continue performing abortions until a final ruling has been reached.