Francis Slay, seeking a third term, captured nearly 61.5 percent of the vote
The Stephens College swimming team is using visualization exercises to prepare for the 2009 NAIA Swimming and Diving National Championships on Wednesday through Saturday at the Rec-Plex in St. Peters.
The legislation would allow voters to cast their ballots three weeks in advance during federal elections.
A light turnout is expected to cast ballots for mayor, comptroller and aldermen in odd-numbered wards.
Former St. Joseph School District employee Courtney Rollett is accused of bursting a mentally disabled student's eardrum with the needle of a basketball pump.
The Chiefs on Tuesday made Ronnie Bradford their new defensive assistant and Nick Sirianni an offensive quality control coach.
Trailers that had high formaldehyde levels were supposed to be sold for scrap, but resurfaced in Jefferson County where they were offered as housing in recent weeks.
The Douglass boys basketball team upset Fayette 80-72 on Tuesday night in the Class 2 District 13 tournament in Sturgeon.
Sen. Kit Bond will join the ranks of President Gerald Ford, television journalist Walter Cronkite and Supreme Court Justice Sandra Day O'Connor, who also have received the Harry S. Truman Good Neighbor Award.
The committee approved the legislation after adding changes to increase consumer protection. The bill was designed to help AmerenUE build a second nuclear power plant.
The Missouri House heard arguments today in favor of a two-week period for early voting. Early voting would cost the state for an unnecessary convienence, critics countered.
An error between agencies led to 13 formaldehyde-ridden trailers being mistaken for legitimate housing. They have all been identified and and are now being sold for scrap.
A Florida woman became angry after McDonald's ran out of chicken McNuggets and called 911. Again. And again.
A New York state appeals court ruled that the parents of a man who died of cancer cannot use his preserved sperm to artificially inseminate a surrogate mother so they could have a grandchild.
Since senior Steven Sibley was dismissed from the team, junior Tanner Cassil has played a more integral role on the Douglass boys basketball team.
A bill passed by a Tennessee House committee would allow people to carry concealed weapons in alcohol-serving restaurants until 11 p.m. There are obvious dangers, and there’s little, if any, justification to account for the potential cost.
Columbia's bars and restaurants have already banned smoking. But one MU student sees the university campus as the newest battleground in what he sees as a war between nonsmokers and who he calls "the Marlboro Men."
Reporters Amanda Branco and Joshua Nichol-Caddy talk about their recent visit to Kearney and how the town's residents are reacting to Belcher's recently announced move to Columbia.
K-12 editor Liz Brixey talks about the construction plan and provides an update on next month's school board race.
Social Security Commissioner Michael Astrue said that Social Security is not as dire of a situation as many in the public seem to believe. He said the economic situation is of a higher priority for the Obama administration right now, but that he hopes the administration will address the solvency issue before the 2012 elections.