Rebel fighters in Libya are battling against Moammar Gadhafi's supporters.
Friends from Weatherford, Texas, testified about a New Year's Eve party at their house and its aftermath, when it became clear the Kahlers' marriage was in trouble.
Due to funding cuts, the nine Telecommunication Community Resource Centers operated by the University of Missouri Extension, which provide technology and education to rural areas, have been forced to close or reduce their operations.
A trip to Egypt is not what Missouri-based soldiers expected when they first received their orders.
Facing a $2 million budget cut from the state, the extension program announced in 2010 that it would eliminate funding for the centers but gave partners a year to make other arrangements.
The app, launched by the Missouri Department of Transportation, has all the information people need to get home safely.
Missouri residents who claimed the company gave them defective documents may have received a settlement.
The Mid-American Youth Aviation Association will offer a scholarship to honor fallen pilot Bryan Jensen.
Sheryl Crow, an MU graduate and Grammy-winning singer/songwriter, offered to auction her 1959 vintage Mercedes to help the Joplin school district.
Job programs based on old economic models simply won't work in today's world. The U.S. economy has undergone a profound structural change in the past 20 years.
The federal program will aid some of the 28 percent of rural America who lack access to speedy Internet.
The state National Guard is expected to deploy 93 members to Egypt in September.