There were several good efforts Monday in the first round of the Class 4 State Boys Golf Championship on Monday at Rivercut Golf Course in Springfield.
War costs go far beyond the out-of-pocket costs of fighting terrorism.
Some legislators are blaming term limits for an increase in partisanship seen in the General Assembly. Do you think term limits are causing increased partisanship in the General Assembly? Should they be done away with, lengthened or left alone?
The state will be able to offer an additional $30 million in tax credits once the governor signs the authorizing legislation.
Powell's dedication and love of people has been an inspiration for others invovled in Access Arts.
Sure, it's all about being in the buff, but there is a difference between being naked or nude. Critics don't agree on precisely what it is, and it may a pedantic distinction to make, but the naked-nude line is also a provocative and intriguing one to draw.
One major economic issue passed the General Assembly, but Nixon's health care plan did not. Regardless, the governor said relationships built this year will be helpful in the future.
Crumpled bits of paper are everywhere in Kyle Ayers' world — in his wallet, his car and his bedroom — and they hold ideas that can turn into a stand-up routine for the budding comedian.
Annette Kolling-Buckley has moved her 32-year-old Columbia Books business to what she insists will be its final location. She had the place designed with energy efficiency in mind, and Fred, the resident cat, appears happy with the wider width of the window sills.
Lori Drew's sentencing has been rescheduled to July 2 so the judge can review testimony by prosecution witnesses.
Tom Rhoads made the gavel in the garage of his Joplin home.
Missouri high court rejects stay of execution for Dennis Skillicorn.
On Monday, the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers started the "spring pulse" on the Missouri River.
The son is 28, lives with his parents rent-free and is a member of the school board in Bedford, Ohio.
Dennis Skillicorn is scheduled for execution at 12:01 a.m. Wednesday
The high court is hearing claims that Missouri fails to provide enough money to public schools and that the state does not distribute funds fairly.
By the time deputies arrived at the scene of the crime, the suspect was there — and a banana peel.