The bill requires phone companies to help law enforcement track the cellphone signal of a 911 caller.
The eastern Missouri doctor was found dead of an apparent self-inflicted gunshot wound.
The entry box closed Wednesday morning, with the draw to determine post positions set for later in the afternoon. The field is limited to the top 20 horses based on earnings in graded stakes races.
After Boone County Circuit Judge Gary Oxenhandler said Tuesday that Woodworth deserves a new trial, his lawyer asked the Missouri Supreme Court to release Woodworth on bail.
Boone County Circuit Judge Gary Oxenhandler said prosecutors failed to turn over key evidence to the lawyers of Mark Woodworth, who was convicted of killing his Chillicothe neighbor in 1990.
The measure would redirect casino fees that currently go to early childhood education to instead go to veterans' homes.
If legislation is approved, districts would need to develop thorough procedures for reporting, investigating and responding to bullying.
A tent collapsed at Kilroy's Sports Bar during severe weather warnings on Saturday, killing one man and injuring several more.
A paper published this month by two MU researchers found that in the right context, thinking about death can make people more helpful and spur them to make healthy changes.
Students in the school's chapter of Engineers Without Borders will make trips to communities in Bolivia, Honduras and Guatemala to help bring sanitation and drinking water systems.
The hospital is the 13th nonprofit milk bank to join the Human Milk Banking Association of North America.
The expansion would criminalize taking advantage of someone 60 years or older for financial gain. It would also allow judges to order money meant for nursing home costs but stolen in such a situation sent to the home.
The ruling is a culmination of a three-year campaign for workers to form a union after they were originally given the option under a 2008 ballot initiative.
The bill would require a minimum amount of time for yellow lights at intersections to make times more consistent across the state and prevent communities with red-light cameras from abusing yellow light timing.
St. Charles police have released information on the gun model used in at least one of the shooting deaths of six people in Missouri, Indiana and Kansas in April and May of 1992. The killer has never been identified.
One man died and about 100 people were injured when a bar's tent near Busch Stadium collapsed Saturday during a severe thunderstorm. The St. Louis public safety director said he plans to require evacuations from such tents during severe weather.
Undergraduate and graduate students from both colleges will graduate Saturday.
Occupy COMO held a rally Tuesday in front of the Daniel Boone City Building to commemorate May Day, also called International Workers Day.
Doug Gillin, who worked for the MU Athletics Department from 1995 to 1999, has been named deputy athletics director, MU Director of Athletics Mike Alden announced Tuesday.
With all four UM campuses endorsing same-sex domestic partner benefits, the pressure is on the UM System Board of Curators to come to a decision.