Moyo, a two-week-old baby black rhinoceros calf, is being kept active playing with a variety of toys at the St. Louis Zoo. Officials say it’s important for baby animals because that’s how they learn the skills needed as adults.
The Puppies for Parole program celebrated its 5,000th adoption with a ceremony on June 1 at Jefferson City Correctional Center. Ellie, a Redbone Coonhound was adopted from at the Algoa Correctional Center by Brian Hogue, who works at the facility.
A fire in Lebanon, Mo., killed five children and critically hurt a woman Wednesday morning. A witness, Chase Schrecengost, said he watched a firefighter enter the home, only to be pushed back out by smoke.
Missouri Governor Eric Greitens resigned Tuesday — effective at 5 p.m. Friday — just as abruptly as he had arrived on Missouri's political scene, his career buried under an avalanche of scandal and felony charges.
Valley Oaks Steak's feedlot and slaughterhouse, located near dozens of houses and three miles from Powell Gardens, wants to expand its operation along U.S. highway 50. The plan has caused quite a stink with many nearby residents.
Veterinarians in states like Missouri, Arkansas, Oklahoma and Tennessee are warning cat owners of cytauxzoon felis, known as Bobcat Fever. Bobcats and mountain lions are said to be natural carriers of the deadly parasite, which spreads through ticks.
Authorities in May 2018 accused Michael Ward, a former California, Missouri, police chief, of stealing guns and weapon sights from the agency as well as forging timesheets of a woman he was dating. Music courtesy of Bensound.com
Joseph McDevitt, of Kaiser, Missouri tells an officer with U.S. Customs and Border Patrol that his in-laws were “illegally arrested and detained” after they returned to Florida from a Carnival Cruise in the Bahamas.