Sterling W. Wyatt, 21, died Wednesday while serving in Kandahar, Afghanistan.
Spc. Sterling Wyatt, 21, died Wednesday while serving in Kandahar, Afghanistan.
The National Weather Service predicts up to 10 days of 100-degree temperatures for parts of Missouri.
The U.S. Department of Agriculture has approved a request to designate all Missouri counties as disaster areas due to the drought.
Missouri coach Gary Pinkel said the recent scandal at Penn State can not be blamed entirely on Paterno.
Bob Osborne cited undisclosed heath concerns as the reason for stepping down as Carl Edwards' crew chief.
Gammagard, developed by Baxter International Inc., might help stabilize Alzheimer's disease in some patients for as many as three years.
Organizers said some of the complaints were exaggerated, as well as other concerns about the games, which start in 10 days.
States that reject federal funding to expand Medicaid would risk leaving many of their low-income residents in a health-insurance coverage gap.
Since 2000, the Boy Scouts have been targeted with numerous protest campaigns and run afoul of some local nondiscrimination laws because of the membership policy.
The state received nearly $200 million from the settlement.
Missouri Attorney General Chris Koster, a Democrat, has raised $166,000 more than his Republican challenger Ed Martin in the past three months.
South Carolina finished the 2011 season with the school's first postseason top-10 ranking and Gamecock's coach Steve Spurrier insists the team can build off its past success.
Of the 18 candidates, four have worked for Gov. Nixon.
Gov. Jay Nixon will meet with farmers and local officials in Lewis, Atchison and Polk counties.
The research could lead to the discovery of new treatments for aging bones and muscles.
Health officials recommend using certain insect repellents and removing standing water from containers to keep mosquitoes away.
Opponents said they plan to petition the City Council's decision.
Skywalks at the Hyatt Regency hotel collapsed during a dance in 1981, killing 114 people.