Former Missouri Treasurer Sarah Steelman became the first Republican to announce candidacy for U.S. Senate in 2012.
MedZou, a community clinic that serves the uninsured, is entered in a contest to win $50,000 for diagnostic services. The clinic began the contest in November and has chosen to re-enter this month's contest.
The 112th Congress might stall because of the Republican party's concern about image.
Oklahoma State receiver Justin Blackmon was named the Big 12's offensive player of the year, and Oklahoma defensive end Jeremy Beal was chosen as defensive player of the year by The Associated Press panel of sportswriters who cover the conference.
Police on Wednesday were still investigating a Tuesday shooting outside the Reliable Funeral Home in St. Louis. B.T. Rice, who has worked to stem gun violence in the funeral home's neighborhood, says mourners ought to be able to attend a funeral without worrying about gunfire.
Direct electronic money transfers between individuals are estimated to total some $3 trillion a year. That's only expected to increase, making the business ripe for additional players.
The Stephens women's basketball team defeated St. Louis College of Pharmacy 79-33 on Wednesday in St. Louis.
Thieves stole the decorations from four south Columbia homes on Tuesday.
Missouri Auditor Susan Montee said Wednesday that the Missouri Technology Corp. had conflicts of interest involving, staff, board members, consultants and legal firms.
The U.S. Army plans to get new recruits into better shape with a revamped approach to health, fitness and diet at basic training.
Steelman, the first Republican to enter the 2012 race, announced her candidacy Wednesday. Incumbent Sen. Claire McCaskill issued a statement that portrayed Steelman as a political insider.