Days after the death of Osama bin Laden, e-books on the subject were already available to readers, marking a change in the distribution of long-form journalism.
With the mandatory 6 p.m. adjournment of the legislative session facing Missouri lawmakers tonight, the issue of the tax break package, which would end or reduce many existing incentives for businesses, developers and residents while authorizing new incentives, remains unsettled.
Fort Leonard Wood post commander Col. Charles Williams said Cody Willcoxson got lost amid Interstate 44 highway construction before turning into the fort.
Backwater from St. Johns Bayou continues to inch up along a two-mile stretch of the interstate near Sikeston.
The Missouri State Archives are moving more information online and updating their records with the help of volunteers. These volunteers could be the first to view records in decades.
Flooding from the river adds new problems to the catfish industry in Mississippi. Competition from Asia and high feed prices have placed strain on the industry in recent years.
Legislators approved a resolution creating a 10-member joint House and Senate committee to examine the salaries of state employees. The panel will compare Missouri's wages to those of other states.
The corps manages six lakes in the White River Basin, and says that without the lakes the recent flooding would have been worse.
Journalists from around the country and around the world were racing to try to report the emerging details of Osama bin Laden's death.