Illinois Man Gets 15 Years For Burglary In Missouri ShootingAn Illinois man has been sentenced to 15 years in prison after accepting a plea deal in a Missouri drug-deal shooting that left one man dead and another wounded.
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Illinois Preparing For Possible Historic River CrestsThe National Weather Service predicts crests along the Illinois and Mississippi rivers in the coming week could near historic levels.
Missouri House Expected To Approve Ban On Abortions At 8 WeeksThe Republican-led Missouri House is expected to pass legislation to ban abortion at eight weeks of pregnancy, when most women don’t even know yet if they’re pregnant.
Midwest Rivers Recede, But Flooding Danger LingersOfficials blamed four deaths last week on the flooding, which forced hundreds of people in Iowa, Illinois and Missouri from their homes.
Two Men Charged In Shooting Death Of Chicago Student In MissouriTwo Missouri men have been charged with second degree murder in the shooting death of a Chicago student, police say. 
Chicago Man Shot And Killed While Attending Missouri College Was Not Targeted, Police SayD’Angelo Bratton-Bland died last week in a shooting in Missouri. His family is still unclear if he was targeted or if his death was an accident.
18-Year-Old Charged In Death Of Father, Father's Girlfriend Charging documents say a 9 mm pistol and 2008 Buick Lucerne were missing from the home when the victims were found. The stolen Buick was found in the Chicago area.
Missouri Duck Boat Captain Kenneth Scott McKee Indicted After 17 Die In CapsizingKenneth Scott McKee, 51, faces 17 counts related to "acts of misconduct, negligence or inattention to duty," one for each victim.
Unions Notch Win In Deep-Red Missouri With Rejection Of Right-To-Work LawMissouri voters handed the state's unions and the labor movement nationwide a win Tuesday evening, opting to reject the state's right-to-work law.
Missouri Attorney General Opens Criminal Investigation In Deadly Duck Boat AccidentMissouri Attorney General Josh Hawley has opened a criminal investigation in the duck boat accident that killed 17 people on a lake near Branson.