Lance Cpl. Joshua "Bernie" Bernard was the 19th American to die in Afghanistan to die in Afghanistan in August when he was struck in the legs with an RPG. He was 21.
The Columbia Public School District will now be able to make President Barack Obama's speech to students available to teachers districtwide via an internal network. Student participation in viewing the speech remains optional.
Clifford Schafer, 59, of Columbia died Thursday morning in a fatal motorcycle crash.
A unit of the Missouri National Guard, the Agribusiness Development Team III, will help farmers in the Nangarahr region of Afghanistan refine agricultural practices and increase crop production.
Missouri will recieve $22 million from Pfizer and its subsidiaries for Medicaid fraud, which is part of a $1 billion nationwide settlement.
Visitors came from far and near to sample tomatoes and peppers at the 5th Annual Tomato Festival held Thursday.
Grant Elementary School celebrated its new eco-friendly classroom and promoted sustainability through a documentary.
Judge David Mouton, who lives in Carthage, knew the victims and their family.
A Missouri teen kidnapped in 2002 and found in 2007 speaks out on the return of Dugard to her family.
Nixon appoints Kelley Martin to the Missouri Development Finance Board.
Journalists and Asian experts examine the effects that the new Japanese prime minister will have on Asian relations, America and the Asian economy.
Stacey Newman will run for the seat vacated by Steve Brown after he plead guilty to federal obstruction of justice charges.
The tax preparer lost $133.6 million in the first quarter this year compared to $132.7 million lost in the first quarter a year ago.
Clay Chastain appealed to the state Supreme Court after the Missouri Court of Appeals said that Kansas City Council had the authority to repeal a Chastain light-rail plan that voters approved in 2006.
The 61-mile yard sale is taking place through Saturday from Jackson to Bloomsdale along U.S. 61.
The Forsyth School District has planned a termination hearing for a sixth-grade teacher after a violation of the district's policy against having mercury in school.
Robert "Buddy" Blattner died Friday at his home in Chesterfield. He was a longtime sports broadcaster, who had a stint with the St. Louis Cardinals.