While Rick Santorum courted conservatives across Illinois, Mitt Romney was trying to show he was more than ready to rise above the grinding GOP primary battle.
New Apple CEO Tim Cook seems determined to stamp his own legacy on the world's most valuable company.
Apple, which makes products such as the iPhone and iPad, intends to reward its shareholders with a dividend and a stock buyback program.
Although Rick Santorum's supporters turned out in significant numbers, they got outmaneuvered in some Missouri caucuses.
Crawford County Sheriff's Office determines deaths were murder-suicide. Neighbors of the Ballwin family shot at Blue Springs Ranch & Resort recall a mother and her three girls as a generous, peaceful family.
A guest at a campground in eastern Missouri stumbled across the bodies that authorities suspect resulted from a murder-suicide, the resort owner said Monday.
The wrongful death lawsuit resulted when a Centralia man died after his motorcycle collided with a city bus in 2010.
The Missouri Supreme Court struck down a previous ethics law in February.
In October, Forsee wrote an email urging Missouri curators and MU chancellor Brady Deaton to keep the university in the Big 12 Conference.
The Jefferson City News Tribune suggests that the Missouri State Capitol Commission, a bipartisan group, would be a better body to appoint entries into the Hall of Famous Missourians.
The Bruins will be without Wilson Sundvold, who placed third in the state last year and is now on the golf team at Missouri. But Bruins coach Doug Daniels said he anticipates the younger members of his team will step up and contribute in a big way.
Tony La Russa — who retired last fall after managing the St. Louis Cardinals to an improbable World Series victory — will join with St. Louis Post-Dispatch reporter Rick Hummel to write the book, which is tentatively scheduled to release this fall.
The Missouri House's budget involves made-up money instead of new tax revenue, and the Senate will have to find a truly balanced budget.
This tradition-rich sport — the most popular game in town on several small campuses along the country's northern boundary — is on the verge of a seismic change rivaling the recent shuffling by the NCAA's biggest football schools.
Republican gubernatorial candidate Dave Spence and Gov. Jay Nixon clashed over campaign contributions and recent vetoed bills.
The shootings echoed across a nation that has been focused on an upcoming presidential race in which issues surrounding religious minorities and race have gained prominence.
The Bruins (1-0) are scheduled to play next at 4:30 p.m. Tuesday at Blue Springs South.
No delegates were awarded over the weekend from the St. Charles County Republican caucus, which would have provided one of the largest delegations in the state.
Authorities, who initially said the deaths appeared to be a murder-suicide, wouldn't comment on a possible motive.