Nancy Brown, the highest-ranking female officer ever in the U.S. Navy, will be the keynote speaker at Stephens College's annual convocation.
A state law that took effect on Thursday allows candidates to receive donations of unlimited size, but it requires that contributions of more than $5,000 be reported within 48 hours.
Darryl Burton, 46, was released from the Jefferson City Correctional Center on Friday, when prosecutors in St. Louis decided against trying him a second time for a gas station killing.
The secretary of state’s office last month announced that supporters of two proposed state constitutional amendments to limit the use of eminent domain had not collected enough signatures. The measure’s backers have sued to challenge that finding.
Experts fear the beetles, which slowly kill ash trees, will soon spread beyond southeast part of the state.
In the first few days since the limits were lifted, Hulshof reported receiving more than $1.2 million from contributors writing checks of between $5,000 and $600,000 a pop.
It will be shown starting at 6 p.m. Wednesday in the Health Department building. The series investigates whether socioeconomic and racial inequalities, more than medical care, genes or behavior, affect the health of Americans.
Many reiterated a common theme in backing Republicans' decision to postpone convention events in favor of focusing on aid to victims of Hurricane Gustav: Patriotism has no party.
Following nationwide trends, enrollment is up at Columbia College this fall with 1,173 undergraduates enrolled on the day campus opened this fall, compared to 1,062 last fall.
"Body of War" tells the story of Tomas Young, a 25-year-old man paralyzed by a bullet four days after he arrived in Iraq.
With vivid memories of the damages Hurricane Katrina left three years ago, 2 million people fled Louisiana as Hurricane Gustav approached the Gulf Coast. Calvary Baptist Church in Columbia opened its doors to those displaced by the storm, but as of Monday night was without any evacuees.
David Byrn will serve as a judge in Missouri’s 16th Circuit, filling a vacancy created when Judge Thomas Clark resigned.
A survey by an economic forecasting group shows that economic activity is still weak in the Midwest.
All flags at state buildings will be flown at half-staff today to honor Steven Fitzmorris of Columbia who was killed in action in Iraq.
The Political Courage Test for candidates, which is reviewed by Project Vote Smart, is filtered through many layers, making it a fair and balanced questionnaire.
Only hours after Hurricane Gustav hit, the Missouri National Guard arrived in Northern Louisiana in a 25-vehicle convoy.
A jury trial will start later this month for Steven Julian, an employee of the Missouri Department of Corrections, who is charged in the February shooting death of a 23-year-old man at Cape Girardeau.
A St. Louis man convicted in a 1984 gas-station killing has been freed from prison on orders of a Cole County judge who ruled the man's capital murder trial was unconstitutionally flawed.
A raid in southwest Missouri last month was the largest animal rescue in the Humane Society’s history.
Opportunities abound for alternative energy in America. It will only take a little hard work and consensus.