Some people are concerned about the legality of Arizona's new immigration law, citing that it could promote racial profiling.
Those interested in commemorating former Mayor Darwin Hindman's service to Columbia will be able to celebrate in the Darwin Hindman Discovery Garden in Stephens Lake Park, slated to open next year.
Although park ranger Rosanna Arens finds pleasure in her work, she feels that the city could benefit from adding more park rangers.
On April 15, a U.S. district court judge ruled that the National Day of Prayer is unconstitutional. I believe the right to pray or not to pray is a personal choice and there should be a clear cut separation of church and state-with no exceptions.
Although never matching that of the clergy or physicians, throughout much of American history, lawyers have enjoyed the trust and respect of the people, but that trust has been eroded.
Junior Tyler Clark struck out nine in the Missouri baseball team's 10-2 victory against Eastern Illinois on Tuesday in O'Fallon.
The measure now goes to the House. If that body approves it, voters will see it on the November ballot.
MU revealed the identies of its honor societies' new members at the Tap Day ceremonies on Friday.
A pastor in Independence resigned from his post last week day after police served a search warrant at the church.
Gov. Jay Nixon has signed legislation that will penalize insurance companies that wait too long to pay claims.
The Missouri Senate has voted to allow certain zoos and museums to begin to charge admission fees to nonresidents.
A 64-year-old woman from St. Clair has been missing for eight days. Authorities, volunteers and dogs continue to search the woods near her home.
A Kirkwood resident has filed suit against the city because he believes building a memorial with public money is illegal. The memorial, on which construction has already begun, is to honor the victims of the Kirkwood City Hall shooting in February 2008.
Similar studies have been conducted in other states, and in some, a temporary moratorium on the death penalty was recommended.
President Obama began his White House to Main Street Tour in December 2009. Click the locations on the map to follow where he's traveled on the tour and read information about the locations.
Nixon urged the General Assembly to take up the issue even though it has less than three weeks to act.
The Rock Bridge tennis team defeated Marshall 9-0 on Tuesday night at Bethal Park.
Residents of Odessa angrily asserted that former national Aryan Nations leader Charles Juba wasn't welcome in their town at a town meeting Monday night. Juba said he has put his racist and anti-Semitic past behind him.
During a ceremony on Tuesday, Gov. Jay Nixon signed legislation that will financially penalize insurers that take longer than about 45 days to pay claims to health care providers. The legislation will take effect starting next year.