Commission candidates offer different views on planning, zoning

Sullivan says master plan should be more specific and ensure rural character; Miller says county can't tell developers how to use their land.

New executive director starts at Heart of Missouri United Way

Connie Benton Wolfe, an Iowa native, started Friday. She was hired after the former executive director moved to St. Louis in February.

Letter: Candidate tells how zoning can help Boone County

Southern Boone County commissioner candidate explains the difference between up-zoning and down-zoning and how it is important to Boone County.

Becking family receives community support

Family and friends have been helping the family of Sarah Elizabeth Messer Becking, who died July 7 after battling cancer for two years, by providing food and taking the children places.

Vice presidential hopeful was once a Tiger

Tim Kaine, whose name has made national news this week as a person of interest in Barack Obama's search for a running mate, graduated from MU in 1979 with a bachelor's degree in economics.

25th District candidates share why they're best for the job

Candidates Bob Pund, Sean Spence, Mary Still and Ryan Asbridge discuss their backgrounds and why they're running.

Economic conditions improve slightly in Midwest

Scooting away from ordinary automobiles

In August, Mid America Harley-Davidson is planning on opening a scooter store downtown at 823 E. Broadway.

Prosecutors urge death for videotaped sex slayer

They said Richard Davis is a rapist whose crimes have spanned two decades and become more intense over time.

Space capsule on display in St. Louis

Rescue ranch tends horse that was dragged behind four-wheeler

The bay fox trotter was injured near Ironton.

Boy, 13, dies after injury playing catch

He was struck on the neck, below his ear, and collapsed.

Westmount Neighborhood Association discusses sewers, trail and merger

Yowling kitty saves owner from fire

Boo Boo's 97-year-old owner was going to put out the noisy puss so she could get back to sleep. And then she realized something was wrong.

Tip letter in missing-person case considered bogus

Jefferson County authorities say a letter claiming information about the whereabouts of a pregnant Pevely woman is bogus.