The MU Athletics Department was one of just 14 Football Bowl Subdivision schools that turned a profit in the 2009 fiscal year.
Farms are rarely inspected by the federal government, officials say. Yet, as the egg industry consolidates into fewer and larger companies, food safety advocates are pushing for new legislation that would work on preventing outbreaks rather than reacting to them.
Police made contact with the man at about 8:30 a.m., about 6 1/2 hours after the robbery occurred.
“Cycle Chic" encourages participants to embrace their inner chic and place “style before speed.”
A Frankford native, Johnnie Bailey, turned himself in to the authorities, ending a search that began on Aug. 16. Bailey is accused of trying to kill his wife and daughter.
A Missouri state representative is challenging the results of the primary election she lost on the grounds that another candidate was allowed to place her campaign workers inside polling places.
Chester A. Mast, the northeast Missouri Amish man accused of sex crimes with five underage girls, will go to trial in December. Mast faces charges in two states.
Two officers responding to a disturbance at Galactic Fun Zone observed about 10 shots fired from a moving vehicle across the street at Bluff Creek Drive.
A 17-year-old was taken into custody Sunday evening after gunshots were fired near Worley Street and McBaine Avenue.
More than three months after TowerBrook Capital Partners announced it would divest its investment in the St. Louis Blues, a deal seems far from sight.
State and local officials, business and agriculture leaders are expected to attend the event at the Bond Life Sciences Center.