Legislation similar to that brought before the General Assembly last year, aimed at making insurance companies cover an autism treatment, will come before the body in January.
One thousand people endured a cold December morning in Springfield to see Sarah Palin and get an autographed copy of her memoir, "Going Rogue."
Missouri Department of Natural Resources is accepting grant applications through Jan. 15.
The Missouri Department of Corrections says the contracts to 36 nonprofit groups will support efforts to help former inmates avoid re-offending and make the transition to the work force.
The Missouri men's basketball team lost consecutive games for the first time since the 2007-08 season, falling to Vanderbilt 89-83 on Wednesday night in Nashville, Tenn.
Five days after the fatal shootings of Emily, Lauren and Karen Kahler, friends in Columbia are honoring the Kahlers as well as Karen's grandmother, Dorothy Wight, with memorial services and vigils.
Missouri lawmakers began filing bills for the 2010 legislative session Tuesday, with some bills attempting to address issues previously brought to the floor during last year's session.
Despite the fussing and fretting of certain parenting magazines, I'm not going to shelter my infant son from the heavy metal music I grew up with. After all, it's not the music that makes a child an angel or a hellion; it's the parenting.
Amid an uncertain economic climate, Central Missouri Subcontracting Enterpises is celebrating 40 years of employing adults with developmental disabilities and mental illnesses.
Dorothy Wight, 89, died from injuries in a shooting that claimed her granddaughter, Karen Kahler, and two great-granddaughters, Emily and Lauren.
The WATCH D.O.G.S program at Parkade Elementary School allows fathers and father figures to come to the school during the day to help out and work with students.
Built in 1952 as a combination gymnasium and concert hall, Vanderbilt’s Memorial Gym in Nashville, Tenn., is one of college basketball's oddest stages.
Missouri men's basketball players Keith Ramsey, Laurence Bowers and Tyler Stone are all a part of a recruiting line Tigers coach Mike Anderson has established in Tennessee.
The Columbia College volleyball team came from behind to defeat Lubbock Christian (Texas) University on Wednesday in pool play at the NAIA national championships in Sioux City, Iowa.
The man's vehicle veered off Interstate 70 and was completely engulfed in flames when firefighters arrived.
The president says the withdrawal of troops should begin in 18 months. When he became president in January, there were roughly 34,000 troops on the ground; there are now 71,000.
There was no increase in the Consumer Price Index for urban wage earners and clerical workers (CPI) in the past year, so benefits for Social Security and Supplemental Security Income will not increase.
Witnesses testified about the severity of injuries to a 2-year-old boy who was killed in June 2008. His father is on trial for second-degree murder, while his mother was found guilty for second-degree murder in September.
The Stephens College women's basketball team earned its third straight victory with a 83-29 triumph over St. Louis College of Pharmacy.
Former Columbia Water and Light Director James Kraig Kahler, 46, is charged with capital murder in Kansas. Capital murder is punishable by the death penalty in Kansas, which has not put a prisoner to death since 1965.