The Environment and Energy Commission talked about the brightness of LED lights in the parking garage at its meeting Tuesday night.
Blake Merson, 10, beat cancer at an early age and showed a maturity beyond his years. Blake died last week of pneumonia and a strep infection that affected the blood.
Synthetic drugs that mimic cocaine and marijuana and that are sold as incense or bath salts would be outlawed in Missouri, if the governor signs the bill.
Former Missouri quarterback Blaine Gabbert, chosen 10th overall by Jacksonville in the NFL Draft, has a Jaguars playbook but no teammates to run through plays with.
Missouri seniors Chris Holly, Brian Hancock and Lars Rise all have a shot at winning titles at the Big 12 Track & Field Championships this weekend in Norman, Okla.
Under the legislation, prison sentences would be five years to 20 years for those convicted of crimes such as trafficking for sexual exploitation and forced labor.
Alexander Barker will join a committee charged with ensuring museums and Native American tribes resolve repatriation issues in accordance with the law.
Hudson has been named the Big 12 Conference Player of the Week for the second time this season.
If approved by the Columbia City Council, a new farmers market downtown will feature not only fresh fruits and vegetables, but also local artwork.
Participants could play with adoptable dogs from a local shelter in exchange for a donation to Mizzou Tigers for Tigers.
Investigators said they found a towel bearing Cassidy Nicole Ann King's name with the infant's body.
Final approval is up to Gov. Jay Nixon; however, the bill passed through the state legislature with enough votes to override a potential veto from him.
South of Memphis, residents were preparing for the worst.
The Bruins shut out Camdenton on Tuesday in the semifinals of the Class 2, District 9 Tournament.
Senior Jimmy Hunter's competitiveness has helped him become the No. 2 singles player on the Rock Bridge boys tennis team.
Beginning next fall, Harrisburg schools will run Tuesday through Friday for eight hours a day, an increase from the current 6 1/2.
The river is expected to stay very close to its crest level of 47.85 feet for the next few days. Hitting the high point means things shouldn't get worse in the area, but it will take weeks for the water to recede.
U.S. scientists looked for the fingerprints of global warming and La Nina on last month's deadly tornadoes, but couldn't find evidence to blame those oft-cited weather phenomena.
The ongoing war against drugs in Missouri is straining resources and tainting the state's image.
State officials will be on hand at community meetings to talk about the needs of residents in southeast Missouri.