Missouri attorney general urges caution in online shopping

Chris Koster has launched a website with tips for checking if Internet-based businesses are offering products that are too good to be true.

Historic Fulton church to ring bells in remembrance of WWII air raids

The Church of St. Mary the Virgin and St. Paul's Cathedral in London will ring their bells in tandem.

GLOBAL JOURNALIST: Are we approaching economic disaster?

Journalists from Paris, London, Ireland and Greece discuss the tense atmosphere in struggling European nations and the steps that both the Eurozone and the U.S. must take to revitalize their economies.

MU Health Care to participate in 2011 Tournament of Roses Parade

Money has been collected to pay for 80 roses to represent the 80 organ, tissue and eye donors of 2009.

Bluegrass musicians in Missouri gather to jam

At the Home Folks Acoustic Music House, musicians who favor bluegrass, country and gospel come to pick and croon together, and music lovers come to enjoy the entertainment and fellowship.

Feed My Starving Children helping Missouri make impact on starvation

About 1,100 volunteers bagged about 258,000 meals for Feed My Starving Children on Saturday in Cape Girardeau. It was one of 150 held so far this year through Feed My Starving Children.

Missouri man's death doesn't stop his holiday tradition

Springfield physician F.T. "Hogan" H'Doubler Jr. died recently, but the Christmas Dinner for Those Alone, which he helped found almost 30 years ago, continues.

Springfield zoo giraffe dies at 23

The 23-year-old giraffe was euthanized Thursday because he suffered from severe arthritis and had little hope of recovery. He was the second-oldest living male giraffe listed in the North American studbook.

Nearly 2,000 students receive degrees from MU this weekend

Students attending the various commencement ceremonies at MU expressed both trepidation and elation about life after graduation.