The Senate is considering a photo ID requirement to vote this year after a similar law was declared unconstitutional by the state Supreme Court in 2006.
Gov. Jay Nixon will commemorate the 1990 opening of the trail's first segment at a Saturday ceremony in Rocheport.
The owner of a pickup truck that caught fire on Old 63 and Stadium Boulevard is unknown and was not on the scene. The cause of the fire is also unknown.
F. Glenn Miller purchased radio ads in March that contained racist messages and criticized Jews, immigrants and minorities.
For shoppers, farmers markets are a place to find locally grown food. For those who run them, farmers markets are sometimes hectic business deals.
House Public Institutions Committee passes a bill, that gives authority to the governor to sell some state land without General Assembly approval.
The merchant generation business segment of Ameren Corp. will cut staff at power plants and support service facilities in Illinois and Missouri.
St. Louis plans to move an estimated 150 homeless people out of a tunnel so that it can be filled in to better secure streets above it.
Among the complaints is an apparent absence of a "transition plan" that the city is required to have to address accessibility to public facilities and infrastructure.
The Nacho Brothers can often be heard playing on a porch in Columbia's East Campus neighborhood. They also have regular performances at Bambino's and were featured on KOPN in April.
A news release from the International Association of Machinists and Aerospace Workers District 837 said the strike authorization vote was supported by 99 percent of the workers who attended a meeting on Sunday. District 837 president seniority, pension, health care and job protection are the key issues.
Greene County Deputy Medical Examiner Tom Van De Berg said Sunday that 22-year-old Dumone Starks died from a gunshot to the chest. He was stopped because police thought he might be intoxicated.
More than 50 experts are traveling throughout Missouri this month to offer tips on important health and financial issues for seniors. The speakers plan to discuss home improvement, Medicare, treatment of Alzheimer's disease and how to make nursing homes feel more like home.
Both in Missouri and nationally the number of motorcycle related deaths had increased for eleven years before 2009.
After a garden 21 Daisy Scouts in Springfield planted themselves was torn apart by vandals, someone surprised them with an act of good: replanting their garden.
The Tigers have improved offensively but coach Ehren Earleywine still believes the team has room to grow.
Columbia's 2010 Earth Day Festival included booths meant to educate vistors on environmental issues, as well as entertain with vendors and local musicians. Games and activities for children were also part of the festivities.
GetAbout Columbia's Cycle Recycle event provided more than 60 donated, refurbished bikes for Columbia residents who cannot afford them or were looking to live a healthier lifestyle. The event is part of Bike, Walk & Wheel Week.
The Columbia City Council is scheduled to vote on the funding Monday.
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