On April Fools' Day, the Internet worm Conficker that has affected many PCs is expected to change tactics to acquire more "botnets," Conficker-infected machines, experts said.
The bond includes more than $81.4 million for MU construction projects.
Missouri's Senate Commerce Committee has passed the rewritten version of a bill that originally faced criticism from consumer advocates as being "a utility wish list."
Missouri senators decided to set aside discussion on an economic development bill that would cap tax credit programs and expand job-based tax incentives. After nine hours of debate, lawmakers decided to stall dealing with the bill until next week.
Members of the United States Climate Action Partnership say Missouri has strong opportunities for clean energy.
The boy was shot Monday after opening fire on highway patrol troopers Steve Burrows and John Terrell after leading troopers on a chase on Interstate 35 near Perry, Okla.
The man was reported to have been caring for his girlfriend's child when the baby suffered injuries consistent with severe blunt force trauma.
An autopsy showed that the child suffered hemorrahages, a skull fracture and other injuries.
The 29-year-old was charged with stabbing another inmate with a seven-inch sharpened metal rod.
The New York City event hosted simple games for the unemployed aimed at keeping them hopeful during times of job loss.
A man from Des Moines charged with conspiracy to sell methamphetamine was found to have a warrant for theft of a prosthetic leg.