Crime

Missouri mom accused of letting men rape her 2-year-old daughter


Couple found dead in northern Arkansas, suspect arrested


Kansas City Police: Man killed was 'person of interest' in fatal robbery


Suspect in 3 Kansas City officers' shootings killed


Driver arrested after short chase


PICTURES: 8-hour standoff in north Springfield ends with no arrest


Police seal off Springfield neighborhood after man claimed he had an explosive device


Wright County sheriff closes jail due to A/C failure


Man shot after charging Missouri police with 2 swords


Douglas County Sheriff's Office searching for man considered armed and dangerous


Gazette suspect charged with 5 counts of murder


Man shoots himself after a chase in Cabool, Mo.


CRIME STOPPERS: Man wanted for dangerous drugs


Branson woman found guilty of involuntary manslaughter and assault


Pulaski County Deputies respond to shooting death in Crocker


Springfield man sentenced to life plus 100 years for 2011 murder


3 Arkansas officers hurt while arresting man high on drugs


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