The records of Missouri soldiers who served between 1812 and WW I are available online through the secretary of state's website.
The federal government is allowing states to be exempted from some of the requirements of the No Child Left Behind Law.
The line-item veto would allow presidents to revise spending bills by eliminating specific items in them. The power to finalize these eliminations still lies with Congress, though, as it must vote on the revised bills.
The governor said he respects legislators' power to make those choices, adding that more than 90 percent of his appointments did win approval.
FAFSA Frenzy is open to all Missouri high school seniors who would like help filling out their federal financial aid applications. There are 36 workshops scheduled throughout the state Sunday.
Just 8 percent of Missouri's registered voters cast ballots in Tuesday's nonbinding presidential primary.
GOP candidates are playing on the public's emotions by focusing on abortions, contraceptives and gay marriage in attempts to gain votes.
Voter turnout for Missouri's presidential primary fell 15 percent short of what was projected by local election officials, as only 252,000 people voted in the Republican primary Tuesday.
It is estimated that 42 percent of Joplin homes do not have weather radios, which could be dangerous as the city heads into a new storm season.
Bustamante sentence is fair — life in prison with the possibility of parole. She also gave a seemingly "sincere" expression of remorse.
At least eight current and former college basketball coaches have reportedly lost millions of dollars as a result of investing in bogus corporate bonds. The orchestrator of the alleged Ponzi scheme, Houston financial adviser David Salinas, committed suicide last year.
Gov. Jay Nixon made three appoints Friday: One to the Missouri Board of Probation and Parole, one to the Mental Health Commission and another to the Missouri Tourism Commission.