Since the sale of Anheuser-Busch to a Belgian company, Boulevard Brewing of Kansas City has seen a large increase in St. Louis sales.
The United States' past impact and future role in Iraq is unclear.
The water patrol's dive rescue team received an award for being the most improved squad. The dive unit was created in 1979 with eight officers and rudimentary equipment.
At least 12 accidents had been reported by 8:55 a.m.
Councilwoman Laura Nauser is set to receive the National League of Cities Leadership Award for excellence in leadership after reaching the bronze level in their Certificate of Achievement Leadership program.
Gary Kespohl is vying for the Third Ward seat against Karl Skala for the second time.
Federal health officials report that no states have widespread H1N1 activity for the fourth week in a row.
Pinnacle Entertainment, which runs casinos in Nevada, Louisiana, Indiana, Missouri and Argentina, reports smaller losses than the previous year.
The Missouri Highways and Transportation Commission will be installing median guard cables along U.S. 63 from Jefferson City to Interstate 70 starting this spring.
Officials in St. Ann, a suburb of St. Louis, are turing to technology to catch speeders on a stretch of Ashby Road.
A new casino in the St. Louis area is slated to open March 4.
400 works, from such artists as Van Gogh and Renoir, have been donated to the Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art in Kansas City, Mo.
Exhibit sponsors aim to portray the black experience during the past 60 years both in Missouri and throughout the nation.
The National Weather Service issued a statement Friday warning of an impending storm that may hit Columbia Sunday night.
Schools will dismiss students two hours and 30 minutes earlier than normal.
Missouri Sen. Matt Bartle's anti-porn bill went before the Senate Thursday, just two days after he testified before a federal grand jury that was investigating how his 2005 version of the bill died in the House.
The Columbia Center for Urban Agriculture will hold two workshops discussing the city’s new ordinance allowing urban hens.
Some city staff, including the Department of Public Works and the city manager's office, are moving to the new City Hall addition in the next week.
Missouri is No. 20 in the nation in the number of farms raising organically produced crops and livestock.
Experts say it could be done, but it would be difficult.