Though Sen. McCaskill addressed other issues as she spoke at a series of town hall meetings, health care remains as an important issue among her constituents.
Muslim families find ways to encourage civic responsibility among their children who are too young to participate in the fast during Ramadan, which begins Wednesday.
St. Louis health officials have confirmed that the lingering heat wave is responsible for the death of a 68-year-old man.
Missouri's adult entertainment industry has gone to court over a new state law regulating sexually oriented businesses.
Former Sen. Ted Stevens and ex-NASA chief Sean O'Keefe were believed to be among the nine people aboard the plane.
A robust online marketplace of used books and recent inroads by textbook rental programs give students more options than ever.
Data from the National Association of College Stores show that textbooks costs climbed 14 percent from the 2006-2007 academic year to 2008-2009. A 2010 survey by the group found students spent an average of $667 per year on required course materials including textbooks.
The dean of the law school at Washington University in St. Louis says he's honored to be chosen to administer a $20 billion fund for victims of the Gulf oil spill.
A city zoning ordinance limits the number of unrelated people allowed to live in one residence. Councilwoman Laura Nauser is working to make breaking the law a nuisance violation.
The driver of a pickup truck was killed when his vehicle collided with a train in downtown Marshall.
A judge in Cole County could determine the fate of Missouri's Proposition B, a measure set to go to voters in November that would establish new rules for dog breeding.
About 120 dogs of all ages will be available for adoption on Long Island following their rescue from 14 "puppy mills" in Missouri.