About 35 children from Moving Ahead, an after-school program sponsored by Columbia Housing Authority, gathered in the “Blind” Boone Community Center on Monday for a special Valentine's project.
Stump came out of retirement last week and became the oldest dog and the first Sussex spaniel ever win best in show at Westminster.
Columbia College women's basketball player reaches 1,000 points in her career.
There were no apparent injuries, but traffic was backed up for a quarter of a mile on Range Line.
Missouri gas prices have increased 17 cents since last month because of refinery costs, not the cost of crude oil.
Nixon's first summit as Governor indicated that both he and Kansas Gov. Kathleen Sebelius are looking at ways to to create jobs and rethink the region's financial future.
Critics have argued that Proposition A, which repealed gambling loss limits, was unfairly presented on last November's ballot.
Rep. Tim Jones, R-Eureka, proposed legislation that would increase penalities for violators of the Missouri Sunshine law, including a $3,000 increase in the fine to those who purposely violate the law.
Opening statements began in the murder trial of Owen Welty, a 15-year-old boy accused of shooting his neighbor in Stoddard County in 2006. He was thirteen when he was charged with first-degree murder.
Despite some complaints, the Missouri Senate approved Linda Marinez, an attorney from St. Louis, as Nixon's economic development director.
Rep. Bryan Stevenson caused a stir in the Missouri House by referring to the Civil War as the "War of Northern Aggression."
Cliff Village's new ordinance allows for the possession of a few ounces of marijuana with a doctor's approval.
The Senate confirmed Linda Martinez as the governor's economic development director, over the objection of Sen. Scott Rupp, R-Wentzville, who said Martinez "appears to be pro-illegal immigration."
The 104-year-old A.R. Ponder House sustained a large amount of damage in a fire Monday. The cause of the fire has not been determined.
Missouri Gov. Jay Nixon and Kansas Gov. Kathleen Sebelius met with Kansas City business leaders Tuesday to discuss President Barack Obama's proposed economic stimulus package.
The lawsuits, one from a group opposing stem cell research and the other from a group supporting the practice, contend that a proposed ballot measure to restrict funding for stem cell research is unfair.