Roger Redmon went missing Sunday after taking his boat out on the pond and is presumed dead.
The Clean Water Act requires states to identify waterways not up to water quality standards, which includes having bacteria, chloride, metals, sediments and other pollutants.
The rounds were safely disposed, but the Army Corps of Engineers plan to search the former firing range for more unexploded rounds
A strategy for dealing with budget constraints in the Columbia Fire Department calls for occasional shifting of firefighters from Station No. 2 to Station No. 9, which is being built at Blue Ridge and Providence roads.
Robert O'Connell, an professor in MU's electrical and computer engineering department, was awarded a Fulbright Scholarship in April. He will teach and study at the Dublin Institute of Technology in Ireland for the next two semesters.
Lawmakers need to consider tort reform when reworking health care.
A student group, Tigers for Community Agriculture, has teamed up with Olivet Christian Church and Martz Farm to provide a sustainable source of fresh produce for a close-knit rural community.
Even if participants are angry about Sen. Claire McCaskill's stand on health care reform, they seem to appreciate her willingness to hear them out.
The USS Missouri, the World War II battleship that hosted the formal surrender of Japan, is scheduled for shipyard repairs.
Rock Bridge's Kelsey Kindernecht beat Hickman's Dina Kaissi 3-6, 6-3, (10-2) on Monday in the Rock Bridge girls tennis team's 9-0 victory against Hickman.
Yoshio Matsumoto, 88, went back to the campus at Washington University in St. Louis for the first time since graduating in 1944. His grandson is an incoming freshman.
The vice president of a Buchanan County pesticide company admitted violating a federal pesticide statute. He could face up to a year in prison and a $100,000 fine.
Army Private First Class Jonathan Yanney, 20, of Norwood died on Aug. 18 in Afghanistan.
Levi King, 26, who is charged with killing a pregnant woman, her husband and son will have his trial delayed until the arrival of DNA test results. He plead guilty last year in the shooting deaths of two Pineville residents.
Missouri senators have different styles on health care reform. While Sen. McCaskill encountered a rowdy crowd in Springfield, Sen. John McCain, Sen. Kit Bond and Sen. Mitch McConnell held a subdued discussion in Kansas City.
A 2008 law that allows Missouri sheriffs to charge an extra $10 for subpoenas and other court documents is being called into question by lawyers from St. Charles and St. Louis counties.
Three men, including a man from of Kingsville, were convicted by a federal jury in Kansas City for selling fake diplomatic IDs .
Missouri's two senators took different approaches to the debate over health care reform in two town halls.