The man is one of five facing sex trafficking and conspiracy charges involving a Lebanon, Mo., woman.
Hilton filed the suit over the use of her image and catchphrase "that's hot" on a Hallmark card.
President Dmitry Medvedev relieved Moscow Mayor Yuri Luzhkov of his duties due to a "loss of confidence" in him.
The Bonne Terre resident won $1 million in June, then won $2 million in September.
The former president became ill during a commercial flight to Cleveland.
The council denied a plan to prohibit bikes on some sections of two-lane highways.
A lineup change at Monday's practice couldn't prevent the Kewpies from falling to 3-12 after a 25-11, 27-25 loss against Helias on Tuesday night at Hickman.
University of Texas at Austin put the campus on lockdown following a shooting at the campus library on Tuesday morning.
Innocent Americans died during both the Oklahoma City bombing and the 9/11 terrorist attacks, yet many people think about the two events differently. Many can easily label the 9/11 hijackers as terrorists, but the same can't be said about bomber Timothy McVeigh.
MU held its third annual International Day celebration, an event that promotes diversity on campus.
The Missouri men’s golf team finished seventh in the Fighting Irish Gridiron Classic on Tuesday in South Bend, Ind.
Columbia's ragtime pioneer will be the subject of a work by Harry Weber. The model will be shown at a ceremony Oct. 11 at MU.
The lab will offer drug chemistry and fingerprint evidence analysis to local law enforcement agencies, and its location will cut down on driving time for agencies in that corner of the state.
The Cougars' Edgar Reyna was named the AMC Offensive Player of the Week, while Ken Searles was named AMC Defensive Player of the Week for the second time in 2010.
The Columbia College women’s volleyball team improved to 5-0 in the American Midwest Conference with a 25-10, 25-15, 25-8 victory over Harris-Stowe State on Tuesday in St. Louis.
Five students from Fort Zumwalt East High School in St. Charles County are recovering from injuries suffered in a school bus accident.
President Obama's request that those making more than a quarter-million yearly be taxed as they were before 2001 is pretty mild compared to what our national debt will require in the coming years.