Four senators are filibustering legislation related to extending unemployment benefits and funding schools, both of which involve the use of additional federal money.
One hundred students from across the state competed in Columbia on Friday for a chance to represent Missouri in the National Geographic Bee in Washington, D.C.
The Saturday event also includes a potluck dinner.
Attorneys representing the former Columbia Water and Light director say the process for picking the jury is unconstitutional.
Two of the three panels of Claude Monet's "Water Lilies" are reunited after 50 years of being apart.
The addition extends the trail's length to 240 miles.
The Missouri baseball team lost 5-4 to Texas on Friday at Disch-Falk Field in Austin, Texas.
Butler and Virginia Commonwealth rise up from underdog status to take on higher ranking teams in the Final Four contest.
The 20th annual Big Muddy Folk Festival began Friday in Boonville. Some of the food available included pulled pork, ribs, chicken and bratwurst. The festival continues Saturday.
A sentencing decision by former circuit judge and Tax Commission nominee Jeff Schaeperkoetter in a 2000 rape case led some members of the state Senate to oppose his appointment.
Tyson A. Bartlett, 25, was arrested in connection with a robbery at the FastLane 66 convenience store on Roanoke Drive.
Colin E. Greeson, 22, was arrested on suspicion of the unlawful use of a weapon and third-degree assault.
The number of teens cutting themselves has risen, according to research from Cornell University and the University of Rochester, both in New York.
The program, Empowered Girls, is meant to improve school-age girls self-esteem and teach them ways to succeed and preserve promising futures.
Sharon Webb is seeking any information that might help police jail her daughter's killers. Cara' J. Davenport was gunned down on March 26, 2000, in Hillsdale.
Planning and Zoning Commission experience adds to Helen Anthony's qualifications to serve on City Council to represent the Fifth Ward.
Running for City Council is an extension of the work Pam Forbes has always done.
The candidate for City Council's First Ward seat is running on a platform based on improving both her own ward and the rest of Columbia.
Because American companies are inexperienced at building high-speed rails, the project would not create U.S. jobs.
Anthony's passion for planning for Columbia's growth will help prevent repeats of the city's mistakes.