With flooding likely along the Missouri River, Gov. Jay Nixon and other officials were heading to St. Joseph on Thursday to discuss preparations.
Jace Long's back-nine woes continued Thursday in the final round of the NCAA men's golf championship.
The Missouri Attorney General's Office reported several incidents of asphalt scams, and the Boone County Sheriff's Department is urging residents to avoid unsolicited offers from home improvement salespeople.
The summons was issued for careless and imprudent driving in Wednesday's accident, which sent seven people to the hospital, a state official said.
The Missouri Department of Conservation has fitted the elk, including five newborns, with GPS radio collars, which they hope will help track the herd's movement and survival rates and aid in building population models.
The storms wreaked damage in a string of 18 cities and villages across central and western Massachusetts.
Gov. Nixon appointed Craig Van Matre to the UM Board of Curators on Thursday. Van Matre, president of a Columbia law firm, will begin his term immediately.
Lawn ornament alligator draws officers' rifles in Independence
Missouri Attorney General Chris Koster will open an office in Joplin next week to provide mortgage counseling to people whose homes were destroyed by the tornado.
As lacrosse's popularity grows in mid-Missouri, teams from Kansas City and St. Louis will travel to Columbia on Saturday to take part in Columbia's first youth lacrosse tournament.
Nowadays, what's OK to eat this week might not be OK next week. Maybe we should be eating foods our grandparents ate.
An appeals hearing this week in Columbia is addressing the 1995 conviction of Mark Woodworth.
Private investors, not taxpayers, should not be responsible for footing the bill to create a "Midwest China Hub" for Lambert–St. Louis International Airport.
The International House of Pancakes is again suing a Missouri ministry that calls itself the International House of Prayer.