Los Angeles attorney Michael Wise testified Thursday after being subpoenaed by a special Missouri House committee. Wise, who served as Mamtek's patent attorney, said he visited a Mamtek factory in China and thought the company was close to being able to sell its product commercially.
The Marine Corps hopes new programs will help returning soldiers re-enter into everyday life with ease. Recent high-profile criminal cases involving veterans have caused officials to focus on helping them with the emotional toll of war.
The last of the defendants charged in the robbery and murder of Aaron Hobson will be tried at the end of the month. The defense appears poised to challenge the state's version of what happened that October 2010 night in the Break Time parking lot.
Among today's top stories: The Missouri House endorsed a proposed constitutional spending cap. A new chancellor was chosen for Missouri S&T. Apple starts selling iPad textbooks. Texas Gov. Rick Perry dropped out of the presidential race.
Twelve people were arrested in Moberly and the surrounding area after a 2 1/2-year investigation.
The electronic textbooks, which include "biology" and "environmental science" from Pearson and "algebra 1" and "chemistry" from McGraw-Hill, contain videos and other interactive elements.
Teen moms participated in a Centers for Disease Control and Prevention survey, and the results showed about a third who didn't use birth control did not believe they would become pregnant.
Missouri University of Science and Technology hired its first female chancellor, Cheryl B. Schrader, the school announced Thursday.
Missouri House members approved a proposed state Constitutional amendment that would cap annual spending increases. If approved by the state Senate, the proposal will be put to a statewide vote before becoming law.
Columbia's Judy Baker has entered the Democratic race for lieutenant governor. Baker served in the state House from 2005 to 2009.
Republican presidential candidate Rick Perry has felt pressure in recent days to drop out of the race to compel conservative voters to rally behind Newt Gingrich.
Sen. Shalonn "Kiki" Curls said store clerks under 18 have a harder time turning down buyers that are minors.
Ragtag Cinema showed "Lunch Line," a documentary about the National School Lunch Program. In Columbia, 42 percent of children qualify for free or reduced price lunches.
The Columbia College women's basketball team faded down the stretch, losing to William Woods 69-64 on Thursday night at the Arena of Southwell Complex.
Historic Chinatowns across the country are losing many Asian-American citizens to suburbs. The population shifts are in part due to rising living costs and urban gentrification.
Despite the higher risk for a heart patient to have problems, there's no evidence that they have more sex-related heart attacks than people without cardiac disease.
The recovery plan was developed by a citizen advisory panel and includes the creation of four new business districts that would allow residents to live and shop nearby.
A hit-and-run occurred early Thursday morning after a pedestrian was hit by a vehicle. He suffered a serious leg injury.
The Hickman girls basketball team beat Bishop Ward 63-51 on Thursday night at the Smith Cotton Classic in Sedalia.
Trey Junkin spent nearly every minute of his 19 years in the NFL trying to be invisible, and might have succeeded, if not for his very last snap.