Changes in federal regulations have prompted some banks to eliminate free checking accounts.
Here's a list of the events that remember and celebrate Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.
A man was shot in the neck in the 800 block of Washington early this morning.
The U.S. Census Bureau announced last month that Missouri will lose one seat in the House. Work has begun to create the eight districts.
Agriculture Secretary Tom Vilsack said the new standards could affect more than 32 million children and are crucial because kids can consume as much as half of their daily calories in school.
The Columbia College men's basketball team beat McKendree 53-46 on Thursday night in an American Midwest Conference game in Lebanon, Ill.
The Columbia College women's basketball team defeated McKendree 75-59 on Thursday night in Lebanon, Ill.
IBM said the new technology developed to compete with "Jeopardy!" contestants could lead to speedier diagnoses of medical conditions and case law research.
The Rev. C. Richard "Dick" Blount and the MU Center for Multicultural Research, Training and Consultation were honored for their work promoting diversity, unity and civil rights.
Although Missouri's governor says that the death penalty is appropriate in some instances, he did not think it was appropriate for convicted murderer Richard Clay.
The graffiti on three outside walls of the Springfield Islamic Center included a phallic symbol, a reference to Allah being gay and the phrases "gay insurrection" and "You bash us in Pakistan we bash you here."
Lawmakers voted Thursday to prohibit smoking in a gallery reserved for members in the back of the chamber, but rejected a ban on smoking in their own offices.
They said they came in case members of a Kansas church showed up to protest.