Missouri State Auditor Tom Schweich sued Gov. Jay Nixon for making spending cut before revenues for the 2012 fiscal year were known.
The Food Bank for Central and Northeast Missouri showcased its food pantry on wheels in the Schnucks parking lot today. Kraft Foods donated the truck, which holds about 14,000 pounds of food.
Missouri State Auditor Tom Schweich sued Gov. Jay Nixon for violating the state constitution by withholding more than $170 million from agencies to appropriate costs of Joplin tornado and other disasters.
Columbia Independent School's annual balloon launch marks the beginning of a new academic year.
Columbia Independent School's back-to-school event is the picture of school spirit as upper-school students help kindergartners release their blue and gold balloons into the sky.
The speech was originally delivered Aug. 28, 1963.
Legislators should keep King's goal of fighting poverty in mind on the 48th anniversary of his famous "I Have a Dream" speech.
The president has been receiving regular briefings about the storm, and he will make a statement about it from his vacation rental in Martha's Vineyard.
Hickman advanced to 3-0 in fall softball play Friday with two wins in the Troy Tournament.
Loaded with 11 seniors and a roster full of players who contributed to last year’s successful postseason run, the Bruins boast one of the most experienced teams in the state.
Jared Lee Loughner's attorneys to fight his resumed forced medication administered at a Missouri prison. The medication is an attempt to make Loughner psychologically fit to stand trial.
Hurricane Irene has prompted transportation shutdowns and evacuations up and down the Eastern Seaboard.
Hurricane Irene, a Category 2 storm as of Friday, is threatening to hit major cities on the East Coast. On Friday, President Barack Obama urged people who are in the path of the hurricane to prepare.