KANSAS CITY, Missouri (Reuters) - A Catholic diocese in Missouri has agreed to a $600,000 settlement of a civil lawsuit tied to the arrest of one of its priests for taking lewd photos of a young girl in 2006, a church official and a lawyer for the girl said on Wednesday. Full story
A measure that would significantly change how unions representing Missouri's public employees can collect and spend members' fees was sent to the governor Monday. Full story
A Missouri woman is left unable to walk or talk after surgeons operate on wrong side of her brain. KSDK's Ashley Yarchin reports a lawsuit has filed accusing the hospital and doctor of medical malpractice.
TODAY’s Sara Haines introduces Vicky Kephart from Kansas City, Mo., as the newest Fan of the Week. Vicky is a nanny who watches Kathie Lee and Hoda during nap time, as well as a true home ambassador who tells friends and family all about the Fourth Hour.
Missouri governor Jay Nixon has declared a state of emergency for some areas of the state after intense spring storms caused high winds and possibly tornadoes in Missouri and Arkansas, damaging dozens of homes. NBC’s Marci Manley reports.
Computers seized from Missouri church after images were downloaded on unsecured Wi-Fi address. KSHB's Lindsay Shively reports.
Missouri mom Jorie Rogers was diagnosed with terminal cancer but had one wish – a party for her son’s first birthday. KSDK’s Tracy Clemons reports.
JOPLIN, MO - MAY 23: Destroyed homes and debris cover the ground as a second storm moves in on May 23, 2011 in Joplin, Missouri. A powerful tornado ripped through the densely populated town of Joplin yesterday killing at least 89 people.
Several Souhtwest Airlines planes are lined up at Terminal two at the Lambert - St. Louis International Airport, in St. Louis, Missouri, March 4, 2013. REUTERS/Tom Gannam
FILE - In this Oct. 20, 2011 file photo, Missouri coach Frank Haith answers a question during the Big 12 basketball media day, in Kansas City, Mo. Haith left Miami in April to become the coach at Missouri and was replaced by Larranaga. Now an NCAA investigation at Miami could affect both new coaches
Security researcher Charlie Miller holds two automobile electronic control module circuit boards while posing in his home-office in Wildwood, Missouri, April 30, 2013. Miller, who previously worked for the National Security Agency , is a security researcher at Twitter. Picture taken April 30, 2013.