People gathered at The Blue Note on Wednesday to celebrate the one-year anniversary of the smoking ban.
Here’s the contact information and a general run-down of the representatives’ bills and priorities for this session.
Named after a particularly spunky character in the Garfield comics, Odie is a 2-year-old Collie who earns his keep by working for Hunter, the youngest child of the Nichols family. He serves as an extra pair of eyes, or rather a nose, to sense Hunter’s needs and notify Hunter’s parents if something is wrong.
Gov. Matt Blunt was sued Wednesday by a former staff attorney who claims he was fired and defamed in retaliation for pointing out that Blunt's administration was destroying e-mails in violation of Missouri's open-records law.
The pallid sturgeon is in trouble. In fact, sturgeon species worldwide are in decline, largely because of the same set of man-made challenges. Only one species, the shovelnose sturgeon, has survived relatively unscathed.
Enhanced recruiting strategies, more high school graduates, and the success of MU's football team are credited with a rise in applicants.
The U.S. government has a long history of domestic spying carried on by several agencies, including the Central Intelligence Agency, the National Security Agency and the Federal Bureau of Investigation.
If the 4 percent expected increase in food prices proves true for 2008, consumers will see the highest increase in food prices since 1990.
A mental health coalition wants psychologists to be able to prescribe drugs.
The settlement agreement will end all state demands for compensation from Ameren Corp.
After a relatively quiet first half, the inside forward tandem of Leo Lyons and DeMarre Carroll exploded at the outset of the second period.