Missouri cautions about fireworks as blazes rage

Authorities warned Missouri residents to practice extreme caution when handling fireworks ahead of the July 4 holiday. Little rain and hot temperatures have elevated the fire risk this year.

St. Louis officials study 2 possible heat deaths

The St. Louis medical examiner is scheduling autopsies on two elderly residents who died over the weekend. In Kansas City, officials report three deaths related to heat.

GUEST COMMENTARY: Save austerity measures for the next boom

Conservatives and liberals have different ideas on how to fix the slumping economy. Donald Kaul examines the economic debate.

UPDATE: Missouri opens attorney disciplinary process

A Missouri Supreme Court order took effect Sunday allowing public access to disciplinary charges filed against attorneys.

WHAT OTHERS SAY: The right ruling on stolen valor

The Supreme Court made the correct decision in striking down the Stolen Valor law, in which it said false claims of military achievements do not diminish the honor of those who served.

Missouri raises SEC flag to signify official move to conference

Mizzou Arena hosted a flag raising ceremony on Monday to make MU's joining of the Southeastern Conference official.

SHOW ME THE RECORDS: Columbia Police Department list of warrants

Find out if the police are actively seeking to arrest a neighbor, friend or family member.

Missouri opens attorney disciplinary process

A state Supreme Court order that took effect on Sunday grants public access to misconduct cases against attorneys.