MU scientists say that plant buffers such as grass can mitigate the potential risk of routine use of antibiotics in livestock.
JT's Cutz in Columbia is owned by James Carter, a black man. His business is a rarity in Boone County according to a 2002 U.S. Census Bureau survey that said the number of businesses owned by black people in the county is too low to be statistically reported.
"Dear Harry" letters from Bess Truman to her husband have been released in memorial of the former first lady's 125th birthday. The letters reveal a Bess Truman not previously known to the public- a warm, funny and affectionate woman.
The bill would cap settlements and restrict the type of injuries that qualify for Second Injury Fund payments.
Legislation may be passed which would take pressure off of Missouri's Second Injury Fund. Funds would be taken from workers' compensation system.
A compilation of photos from the 2010 Winter Olympic Games in Vancouver, British Columbia, and Whistler, British Columbia.
Jean Patrickson, a Haitian 11-year-old, was brought to the U.S. by a faithful Dr. Edward Fink, after a collapsed roof caused his leg to break. The boy is now awaiting evaluation and more surgery at Shriners Hospital for Children.
The country continues to suffer building-collapsing aftershocks, and seismologiests say there's a chance of another major earthquake.
A hearing is scheduled Monday for a bill that would end the state's control over the St. Louis Police Department.
The closing is part of the construction process that will eventually lead to the new Mississippi River Bridge connecting St. Louis to Illinois.