The dispute over the legality of the procedures' adoption has halted Missouri executions since 2005. It is unclear when executions will resume. The state has more than a dozen pending requests for execution dates.
Stephens College student director Rachel Ellersieck enjoys working with the actors of "Moonlight and Valentino," a sentiment with which they seem to agree. The production opens this week.
Two more accused members of the Cut Throat gang appeared in federal court today and will remain in state custody serving sentences for prior convictions until trial.
A suspect sought for growing marijuana plants turned himself in Tuesday morning.
Sen. Kurt Schaefer has filed a bill that could require criminals to serve prison terms close to their actual sentence. More than two dozen states have already passed similar bills.
Smithton Middle School students will take the stage Saturday as they perform "We Are the Dream." The performance will combine acting, music and photographs.
Districts that choose the four-day option could lengthen their school days by an hour and shorten their school year by 32 days.
The stimulus includes $7.2 billion in competitive grants and loans for broadband expansion aimed at rural areas. About one-fifth of Missourians live where there is no high-speed Internet access.
A new draft of a territorial fire service agreement— given preliminary approval by the city and the Boone County Fire Protection District — could save the city an estimated $4.3 million over the next five years.
The legislation would allow for the creation of port improvement districts that could impose property and sales taxes.
The bill would classify saw and planing mmills as agricultural and horticultural land instead of commercial property. Supporters say the new zoning could drop the mills' tax rate from 32 percent to 12 percent.
Rock Bridge High School students use projects as a starting point for a community conversation about AIDS.
UM System President Gary Forsee says he won't accept $100,000 in bonuses he is entitled to receive and said he would also forgo a performance award in 2010 and doesn't want a salary increase in 2009.
A man at the scene pulled the assailant off of the victim, only to see him grab a screwdriver and lunge for the woman, a news release from the Boone County Sheriff's Department said.
A lawsuit filed against the Bureau of Reclamation and the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers contends that environmental issues and the effect of diverting Missouri River water to North Dakota was not considered when the plan was approved.
Wells' Dairy products is recalling some ice cream products, including Hy-Vee and Blue Bunny products, that are sold nationwide. The company has had no reports of illness. Other products are also on the recall list.
Claire McCaskill, a Missouri Democrat, and Bob Corker, a Tennessee Republican, introduced legislation Tuesday calling for changes in the military's approach to substance abuse.
The No. 15 Tigers lost to No. 8 Arizona State.
The Kewpies lose in the semifinal of the Class 5, District 9 tournament.
The Web site was launched to solicit ideas from citizens, local governments, businesses and non-profits about how to use Missouri's portion of the federal economic stimulus money.