In the aftermath of Dorothy Wight's death Tuesday, longtime residents of Burlingame, Kan., remember her as part of a community that Kahler called her roots.
The Army says the attempted murder charges filed Wednesday are related to the 30 soldiers and two civilian police officers injured in the shooting at a soldier processing center on the central Texas post.
An altercation that started when a Columbia man refused to move his wheelchair so another man could park turned into an armed assault.
University of Missouri System President Gary Forsee recently urged Missouri's congressional delegation to oppose the cap-and-trade legislation concerning federal climate change, which some said contradicts a letter he signed with other college and university presdients supporting reduced greenhouse gas emissions.
University of Missouri System President Gary Forsee has ties to businesses that oppose the legislation and others that could benefit from it.
David A. Mohler, one of the six men who allegedly sexually abused children in their family, paid a $70,000 cash bond and was released from the Lafayette County jail.
David Russell Hosier of Jefferson City has been returned from Oklahoma, where he was arrested in September after the murders of 45-year-old Angela Gilpin of Jefferson City and 61-year-old Rodney Gilpin of Hartsburg.
The Missouri Department of Transportation is laying off 100 people statewide to increase contributions into the retirement system for its employees. Because of the struggling financial markets, MoDOT has to increase its contributions to the system by about $5.3 million a year for 15 years.
Senate President Pro Tem Charlie Shields filed a bill Tuesday that would prohibit lobbyists from contributing to incumbents during a legislative session. It would also establish an independent investigator within the Ethics Commission.
In the bond election to go before voters in April, the cost of building the new high school is lower than originally estimated and funds for other projects reworked, making it possible to pay for a new elementary school.
Two representatives filed proposals that would make the law banning texting while driving in Missouri apply to all motorists, not just those 21 and younger.
Sponsors signed up earlier than usual for the Voluntary Action Center's Christmas program. The center matched more than 1,000 Boone County families and individuals with sponsors from the community.
Despite a positive number in November, state revenue remains lower than in previous years and even the November figure is misleading, an official says.
A Missouri proscutor has accused a Mexico, Mo., sex offender of violating a 2008 law after police spotted a woman handing out candy from his house on Halloween.
The $1 million in federal stimulus grants to buy new equipment will be divided among 131 agencies, including state agencies, police departments, sheriffs' offices and university police forces.
The committee funds MU, the single biggest employer in Schaefer's district. The budget process will begin on Dec. 7 with hearings by the Senate Appropriations Committee.
The retirement of Judge Hal Lowenstein in August has brought forth 44 people applying for the vacancy, which will be narrowed to three finalists before Gov. Jay Nixon makes his selection.
An anti-abortion group called Insurrecta Nex is calling for the denial of Holy Communion to Sen. McCaskill and Catholic lawmakers if they support the public funding of abortion.
Maj. Nidal Hasan, the Army psychiatrist charged with 13 counts of premeditated murder after the Fort Hood shooting, has been charged with an additional 32 counts of attempted premeditated murder.
The former vice-presidential candidate is scheduled to speak in Branson on Wednesday night.