Stephens College will host a ribbon cutting event for a renovated television studio on Thursday.
Take a nutritionist to lunch at MU's Student and what do you find? Donuts on display, but not a single deep fryer in the Student Center restaurants.
Better medical treatment, vaccination campaigns and anti-smoking measures might explain why people live longer, experts say.
Japan's nuclear explosions might stymie the Obama administration's effort to develop nuclear energy in the U.S.
A House committee heard testimony Wednesday on a measure that would prevent courts from considering international and Sharia law.
With state budgets getting tighter, some legislators would like to downsize themselves.
The task force investigated 815 rural crimes since August 2009 and made 162 arrests.
St. Louis is the haven for a terminally ill toddler after an Ontario court ruled the child's breathing tube could be removed.
The bill requires the Missouri State Highway Patrol to check the citizenship and immigration status of sex offenders and turn over those who are illegal immigrants to the federal government for deportation. Opponents argue the bill is redundant.
Japan is a top buyer of U.S. grains and meats, but the destruction caused by the earthquake and tsunami could cause the country's demand for the products to drop.
The vacancy in the Eastern District results from Judge Nannette Baker's resignation. Baker accepted an appointment as a federal magistrate judge.
The program has lent more than $550 million and affected nearly 9,000 jobs and farmers in the past two years.
From about 4 p.m. to 6 p.m., future kindergartners go with a parent to their future elementary school to sign up.
U.S. Nuclear Regulatory Commission Chairman Gregory Jaczko said at a congressional hearing in Washington that all the water is gone from the spent fuel storage pond of Fukushima Daiichi's Unit 4 reactor, but Japanese officials denied it.
Kansas City police say the child remained hospitalized in grave condition Wednesday.
There is a great reason why the state constitution separates religion and government. Why don't those in politics get it?
The Senate approved an amendment setting Missouri's 2012 presidential primary one week after New Hampshire's.
If passed, the bill would require thousands of registered sex offenders to have their citizenship and immigration status listed in public. The bill has won the state House' endorsement and needs another vote before it moves to the Senate.
Don Wells, R-Cabool, sponsored the bill because he thinks courts should only consider laws developed in the U.S.