A Polished Nail moved from a shared space on Merchant Street to an independent location in the Cherry Hill business community.
Columbia area pharmacies said they do not carry birth control pills being recalled by generic pharmaceutical company Qualitest Pharmaceuticals.
The money will go toward expanding their business school, which is to be called the Henry W. Bloch Executive Hall for Entrepreneurship and Innovation.
Susan Bragole invited her extended family back to her temporary home in Joplin to begin the healing process after the May tornado disaster.
The national spamming scheme involved more than 2,000 college students, including some at MU.
As revolutionary attacks escalated and revolutionaries gained ground, a pro-regime radio station urged loyalists not to back down. Interim leaders have been pushing forward with trying to form a new government.
The Tigers fell to 11-3 after losing their opener Friday at the American Classic tournament in Washington, D.C.
There were 3.8 million violent crimes last year, down from 4.3 million in 2009, according to the Bureau of Justice Statistics. The violent crime rate has fallen by 70 percent since 1993.
The U.S. Department of Agriculture's declaration will allow farmers in primary disaster and neighboring areas to receive financial aid to deal with this summer's heavy rain and flooding.
Missouri law enforcement officers are teaming up for Child Passenger Safety Week. According to the National Institutes of Health, car accidents are the leading cause of accidental death among children.
The car was sold at an auction in August to benefit the Joplin school district. On Thursday, the couple who bought the car made a $130,000 donation to the district.
The Compass Plaza Well site in Rogersville could become a national cleanup priority.
With harvest season approaching, the Missouri State Highway Patrol is reminding drivers and farmers about safe ways to share the road. Last year, there were 157 accidents involving farm equipment.
The Navy notified gay former corpsman Melvin Dwork, 89, last month to tell him that his discharge will be changed from "undesirable" to "honorable" and that he will now be eligible for benefits.
Missouri has new state veterinarian, Linda Hickam. She served the past three years as deputy state veterinarian.
A St. Louis man who was incarcerated for 17 years on rape charges was exonerated after a DNA test.
Missouri's student loan default rate increased from 2008 to 2009, but the state's default rate was still lower than the national average.
Kristin Matthews is keeping herself very busy during the first month of the school year.
In a time where many Americans are unemployed or underemployed, one key to recovery lies within rural America. USDA Rural Development is one organization that works to improve the economy of rural areas.