Missouri's budget director says the state would have a short-term cushion even if there was a temporary hiccup in the federal money that flows to Missouri. However, it was unclear exactly for how long that would last.
This year, 178 hams total were judged in the open and youth division competitions, and 48 were auctioned. Ashley Popham's grand champion ham was sold for $900.
Coal is still king in Missouri and the U.S., but the rise of renewable energy as a reliable alternative shouldn't be overlooked.
Although only two teams took part in the event, all of the participants were able to walk away with an enjoyable experience — and a medal.
Remington proved at the Show-Me State Games that his missing eye doesn't faze him. He had the highest score for dressage training and won silver medals in the individual event and team events.
Playing two age groups above her level, Alyssa Williams earned her third straight singles gold medal Saturday at the Show-Me State Games.
The United States Cyber Challenge completed its week-long camp in Columbia with an information security version of a Capture the Flag competition.
The Banana Hammocks, who play in the BigBalls League in St. Louis, won their first game in this weekend's Show-Me State Games kickball competition.
Carl Edwards refused to discuss his current contract negotiations and disputed the idea that the indecision will hinder Edwards' title chances. His lagging negotiations could be holding up other drivers' talks as well.
A pay-one-price deal was credited with drawing people to the annual Boone County Fair. The tractor pull and demolition derby were prime attractions.
Karon Rowe, owner of Peppers Nightclub, was released from jail after posting a $9,500 bond. She was charged with unlawful use of a weapon, unlawful conversion of food stamps and promoting prostitution.
The $5 million civil suit claims LegalZoom is not licensed to provide legal services and seeks reimbursement to the plaintiffs of three times what they spent on documents through LegalZoom. It is set for trial Aug. 22 in Jefferson City.
Joplin in the process of figuring out how to pay for what was damaged in the May 22 tornado, but officials do know it's a long process.
Declining reimbursements from insurance companies and the hundreds of thousands of dollars in medical school debt doctors graduate with are both reported to be contributing to the shortage of primary care physicians.
Against all odds, the crappie fishing has been as hot as the weather lately. Some fishermen even arrived at Bucksaw Marina as early as 6:30 a.m., hoping to fish a few hours before it turned too hot.