Crime

Missouri man convicted of third killing since 1977


Child trafficking possibly involved in child porn investigation


Accused killer of couple near Tunas, Mo. arrested in Oklahoma


Man arrested after deadly crash in Howell County


Business owner in Midway, Ark. holds burglar at gunpoint


One arrest made in shooting deaths of husband and wife from Tunas


Man arrested after shots fired at Arkansas post office


Man shot in the leg in Springfield


St. Louis: 6 homicides in 2-day period


Oklahoma exotic zookeeper accused of targeting big cat rescue group in murder plot


Convicted murderer from Barry County appealing his sentence


Missouri Highway Patrol identifies 2 men killed in murder-suicide investigation


Police say Kansas man shot several times in Hollister, Mo.


In eastern Oklahoma, man with machete sought in killing of woman


Police cancel Amber Alert for Arkansas girl


Shots fired during a traffic stop in Clinton, Mo.


Christian County sheriff says woman viciously attacked by ex-boyfriend at Nixa home


Elkland man sentence for sexual contact with juvenile girls


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