A two-year investigation into illegal fishing and harvesting of paddlefish eggs in southwestern Missouri ended this week with citations and charges filed against more than 100 people. The suspects include eight men who face federal charges in connection with their alleged efforts to transport paddle ... More >>
Dale HelmigLast week a judge in Dekalb County ruled that Dale Helmig had been wrongfully convicted for the murder of his mother, Norma Helmig, in 1993. Helmig has served 14 years in prison for the crime -- despite mounting allegations that the prosecutor (former U.S. Congressman Kenny Hulshof) wi ... More >>
Sinquefield's 2008 Bentley Continential Flying Spur could provide the city with $3,000 in taxes this year -- if he registered it in St. Louis.The man who's poured millions of dollars of his own money into an effort to change the tax structure in St. Louis is not registered to vote in St. Louis, e ... More >>
The old Tuscumbia Bridge soon to go bye-bye.Correction to this article appears at end of post. The Missouri Department of Transportation first made history books back in February 2009 when it began the nation's first Economic Recovery Act project within a few minutes of the measure becoming law. ... More >>
Image sourceBehold the miracle of the green screen When a severe thunderstorm causes a power outage in the city, most people just light a few candles, keep their refrigerators closed and try to remember what the hell it was they did for entertainment before they had a television.When a severe thu ... More >>
Got what it takes to be a mountain man? Head to the Lake of the Ozarks, tough guy.
The naked truth about Missouri's backwater Sodom and Gomorrah
In 1963, a group of African-American runaways and truants was sent to a rural reform school. Then the nightmare began.