The Healthy Families Fun Fair will have 35 learning stations covering topics on health, exercise and nutrition.
Reports say Missouri third-string quarterback Ashton Glaser was arrested Thursday for missing a court date for a speeding charge.
Siltation and increased levels of nitrogen and phosphate have reduced the number of Ozark hellbenders.
A proposal that would have prohibited the selling of dogs and cats in Wentzville has been defeated.
Missouri's capital city selected to receive federal aid from EPA.
McCaskill talked about job creation and the importance of the coal industry.
Missouri Athletics Director Mike Alden will chair the NCAA Leadership Council for the 2010-2011 academic year.
The analyst blames Kansas City Power & Light for nearly $1 billion in overruns for its new Missouri power plant.
Pastor Terry Jones earlier Thursday had backed off his threat to burn the Quran after he said he was promised that a planned Islamic center and mosque would be moved away from New York's ground zero. Muslim leaders denied there was such a deal.
Pastor Terry Jones said Thursday that he decided to cancel his protest because the leader of a planned Islamic Center near ground zero has agreed to move its controversial location.
The Rev. Terry Jones said instead of his plan to burn the books on Saturday to mark the ninth anniversary of 9/11, he will be flying to New York to speak to Imam Feisal Abdul Rauf about moving the mosque.