Fred Bruenjes gave up his corporate life half a decade ago, and it finally paid off. The Warrensburg amateur astronomer discovered a comet last week, which is a task usually left up to the professionals.
The case is likely to be appealed as candidates prepare to start launching their campaigns on Feb. 28.
Cole County Circuit Judge Pat Joyce ruled that the plaintiffs failed to prove the districts' populations were not as equal as possible.
The high court said Tuesday the bill violated a requirement of the Missouri Constitution that legislation not be amended to change its original purpose.
The suit brought by William "Randy" McDonnell alleges Boeing infringed on his patent for an unmanned drone landing system. McDonnell is the current president of Advanced Aerospace Technologies Inc.
Occupational licensing creates higher unemployment rates, lower levels of competition and potential biases in the determination of who gets to work in a specific field.
The decision changes the requirements for reporting large campaign contributions and takes away the Ethics Commission's authority to launch investigations.
A state Senate committee endorsed legislation Tuesday allowing employers to refuse to provide insurance coverage for birth control, abortions or sterilization procedures, if doing so would go against an employer's religious beliefs.
Organizers hope a regional conference will strengthen ties between the various Occupy movements in the Midwest. Supporters from nearly 20 cities in seven states plan to attend.
As part of a plan to invest $1 billion in facilities in the next three years, Anheuser-Busch said it will invest up to $80 million in a facility in the St. Louis suburb of Arnold to increase production capacity.
A FrontierAirlines spokeswoman said that the flight changes are part of reorganization across the country.
The legislation, sponsored by Sen. John Lamping, would allow employers to refuse to provide insurance coverage for birth control, abortions or sterilization procedures if it contradicts with employers' religious beliefs.
The terms of the deal were confidential, and West Virginia University would not release details, athletic director Oliver Luck said.
Attorney General Chris Koster has filed a brief calling on the U.S. Supreme Court to reject the federal law that requires most Americans to buy or obtain health insurance by 2014.
Opponents of the bill filed a referendum Monday. If 120,577 signatures can be collected by June 6, the law will be put on hold pending a November vote.
Gov. Nixon appointed Jason Hall as the deputy director for the Department of Economic Development, a position that doesn't need Senate confirmation.
The "common sense" argument for voter identification and workplace discrimination bills brought by state Republicans makes little sense for Missourians.
KMBC-TV reported that Internet postings raised speculation that the Virginia child might be Lisa.
"Major League Baseball is going to see how special the Royals fans are, because we're going to embrace the All-Star game, in my opinion, better than any city in recent years," said Dayton Moore, Royals general manager.
Football season came and went without a major cable or satellite distributor picking up the Longhorn Network. The same will likely happen with basketball.