Legislation to allow delinquent taxpayers amnesty gained first-round approval in the Missouri House of Representatives. It needs another vote before moving to the Senate.
The Missouri Senate is debating whether to accept federal money to extend unemployment benefits.
The Columbia Board of Realtors will share 45-minute interviews with City Council candidates on its website next week.
Columbia Fire Department Chief William Markgraf's retirement reception will be 2 to 4 p.m. Friday at City Hall.
After repeated threats from extremist militants for his Christian faith, Shahbaz Bhatti was shot dead outside his mother's home.
The shooting happened outside Frankfurt airport. The gunman has been identified as a Kosovo citizen.
The Boone County Sheriff's Department pulled over Michael W. Tinker, 40, because the car he was driving had license plates registered to another vehicle. Tinker is not suspected of attemting to sell the methamphetamine.
The pitcher's injury shouldn't keep him from throwing.
Army Spc. Christopher G. Stark, of Monett, was killed when his vehicle was hit with an improvised explosive device.
The man left five threatening messages over a one week period on the voice mail of Circuit Judge Kevin Crane.
A stretch of highway near Springfield adopted by neo-Nazis may get a new Jewish name.
Privatizing the lottery was brought up by the Senate's Rebooting Government initiative.
The Missouri House of Representatives is considering legislation to overhaul teacher pay scales and performance evaluations.
The city is in full speed to accelerate its exports sales, which grew 7.5 percent between 2003 and 2008. The city wants more.
Lawmakers are considering whether to let power companies recoup from customers the cost of an early site permit from the U.S. Nuclear Regulatory Commission.
The legislature's potential plans to modify or repeal the "puppy mill initiative" have raised debate via comments and letters to editors statewide.
With the Columbia City Council race heating up, candidates are using a variety of tactics to evade questions from constituents.
Jobs returned briefly from his leave of absence to introduce the new iPad. Jobs looked frail. He wore his signature black mock turtleneck. The new iPad will be available March 11.
The suspect allegedly assaulted one woman in a grocery store parking lot Tuesday night and attempted to assault two other women before shooting himself in the head.