The world's two largest economies will work together, despite tension in human rights. Obama says working with China will raise American exports and thus create jobs in America.
The ordinance is similar to one passed by St. Louis County, which is scheduled to take effect Feb. 7.
Motorcycle enthusiasts asked the Missouri Senate Transportation Committee on Wednesday to repeal Missouri's mandatory helmet law.
The 6-year-old boy died Tuesday afternoon. The Missouri State Highway Patrol says the boy walked into the bus' path before he was hit.
The text from the governor's address Wednesday.
William Christensen denied accusations that he molested teenagers in Bangladesh. A group is asking the U.S. authorities to prosecute him.
Missouri Lt. Gov. Peter Kinder filed a lawsuit against the federal health care overhaul last year.
Railroad fans in Missouri and Arkansas will have a chance to see one of Union Pacific's historic steam locomotives later this year because they won an online contest.
The powders are sold in stores as bath salts, but contain stimulants that can cause rapid heart rates, seizures and hallucinations.
Some politicians and commentators seek to profit from tragedies like the shooting in Tucson while ignoring the consequences.
Voluntary Action Center clients could receive used computers and equipment in a drawing for the 8th annual Homes for Computers program.
College Republicans and Democrats are joining President Obama and other U.S. leaders in condemning the shooting in Arizona that left Rep. Gabrielle Giffords gravely wounded.
An organization thanks Columbia residents for filling thousands of shoe boxes with toys and school supplies, in spite of the unstable economy.