ST. LOUIS (AP) — St. Louis police say criminals invoked the name of Michael Brown as they robbed six people at a restaurant over the weekend.
The Washington Park Board agreed to reconvene a subcommittee to look at altering park usage fees.
Franklin County will get a little more money from the state for holding state prisoners now that Gov. Jay Nixon has released some funding.
The Washington City Council will host a double meeting Monday, Sept. 22.
The Washington School Board will vote Tuesday night on a resolution opposing a proposed amendment to the Missouri Constitution — Amendment 3.
The Franklin County Planning and Zoning Commission denied a conditional use permit amendment at Tuesday’s meeting.
SULLIVAN — For three quarters, the Pacific Indians were in position for an upset victory at Sullivan's homecoming.
Warrenton police are following up on a “promising lead” in connection to last week’s armed robbery at Jonesburg State Bank.
The winning streak continues.
It took three games on the road, but the Union volleyball Lady ’Cats earned their first Four Rivers Conference victory of the season Thursday night.
Trailing 2-0 going into the seventh inning Wednesday at Warrenton, the Washington softball Lady Jays dug deep.
Law enforcement agencies have many tools at their disposal to fight crime.
A Union School Board member Wednesday night called for the resignation of Superintendent Steve Bryant and all central office administrators because of the district’s poor state test scores.
UPDATED: Franklin County authorities have charged a Lonedell man, and may charge other drivers, in a fatal crash Friday morning that claimed the life of 15-year-old Donald Tipton, St. Clair.
Local fire crews worked together to put out a blaze in a grain bin at Straatmann Feed in Labadie Thursday evening.
A garbage truck rolled onto its side Thursday afternoon on Highway A near Cedar Lane. There were no injuries reported in the crash. Emergency crews responded to the scene after 3:20 p.m.
According to one resident, some Pacific aldermen are going around the city trying to drum up support for a claim that Mayor Jeff Palmore is not a legal resident of the city.
UPDATED: A 30-year-old man who was assaulted by another man during a dispute Sunday evening told investigators that he doesn't want to prosecute.
Union School Board President Gary Young Thursday told The Missourian that while the board respects the opinion of the board member who called for central office resignation Wednesday, it does not hold the same position.
Two men arrested Thursday, Sept. 4, by narcotics officers are facing felony and misdemeanor drug charges in the future, authorities said.
UNION — If you like scoring, Union was the place to be Friday night.