The lawsuit centered around the Carnahan campaign's use of Fox News footage in an ad.
President Obama declared a state of emergency in Missouri on Thursday.
All critical, first priority and second priority snow routes have been cleared.
The U.S. unemployment rate dropped from 9.8 percent to 9.4 percent in December.
Missouri women's basketball coach Robin Pingeton found a player rotation that has the Tigers in eighth place in the Big 12. The team was projected to finish in the bottom two in the conference before the season began.
The average monthly rate for residential service was $17.11 per month in 2010, up from $11.49 in 2007. A survey found the average rate rose 15 percent for business customers.
Students created a Facebook event to organize an on-campus "Snow Brawl" during the recent snowstorm.
Television footage showed the large vehicle resting upright and partially submerged in the Spring River on Thursday. Five other passengers are in critical condition with hypothermia and trauma related to the crash.
Problems in Egypt could affect the Middle East, a region already accustomed to social and political problems.
The 89-year-old man was found dead outside his home after being reported missing early Thursday.
Forty-two bogus checks defrauded the campaign out of $28,023, according to a St. Louis Post-Dispatch report.
Two state Health Department buildings were evacuated because of snow on the roof. Workers are expected to return Monday.