John Brunner's campaign debuted an ad Tuesday accusing Republican opponents Sarah Steelman and Todd Akin of "manufacturing debt" in their government jobs.
Figures released Tuesday by the state Office of Administration show general revenues are up 3.4 percent compared to 2011.
The worst hit is Diehlstadt where winds blew over a mobile home, killing three men.
Eight Missouri wrestlers finished in the top eight of their groups at the 2012 ASICS University Nationals tournament last weekend.
The sponsors of California's same-sex marriage ban said Tuesday they will ask the U.S. Supreme Court to review a landmark appellate court ruling that struck down the law as unconstitutional.
The Federal Energy Regulatory Commission approved Ameren's proposal to remove unneeded land around the lake. Officials say no homes or businesses are included within the redrawn boundaries.
James Mack Burk of Columbia died Tuesday, June 4, 2012. He was 80.
A 42-year-old Texas man was arrested in southeast Missouri for the alleged possession of 12 bundles of marijuana.
A ruling by the Missouri Supreme Court that struck down part of what was called "Megan's Law" should be an impetus to make certain that next year's legislature adopts a streamlined criminal code, the St. Louis Post-Dispatch writes.
Just a few short months ago people wondered whether the Big 12 would even still belong to a big-time conference. Now those fears are eased with announcements that Big 12 football and basketball events will be in Kansas City.
The U.S. Department of Agriculture says the vast majority of states participating in its National School Lunch Program have opted to order ground beef that doesn't contain the product known as lean finely textured beef.
The accident happened early Tuesday at a railroad crossing near Poplar Bluff in southeast Missouri.
A deer bounded into the downtown area Friday afternoon. It eventually ended up on Memorial Drive near the Arch, where it was struck by a car and killed.
Junior Blake Brown was selected in the 5th round of the MLB Draft.