The Joplin school district is seeing higher student enrollment numbers more than a year after a tornado damaged or destroyed school buildings.
Sen. Claire McCaskill is highlighting her efforts with Virginia Sen. Jim Webb to diminish waste in wartime contracts
Blake Gresham died Monday after being hit by a truck while securing a woman's vehicle to his tow truck on an interstate bridge in Kansas City.
House Majority Leader Tim Jones said lawmakers have not decided whether to try to override Nixon's veto of a bill allowing communities to resume levying taxes on vehicle purchases.
Six former state Supreme Court chief justices are leading the Missourians for Fair and Impartial Courts.
Thousands of wells have gone dry this summer in the worst drought the nation has experienced in decades.
W. Arthur Mehrhoff shares his take on the Missouri wine industry.
Gov. Jay Nixon tapped Christopher Halliday to serve on the board for the Missouri Higher Education Loan Authority.
The Walker Art Center, a well-regarded museum of modern art in Minneapolis, on Thursday is presenting its first "Internet Cat Video Film Festival" to showcase the best in filmed feline hijinks.
Water driven by the large and powerful storm flooded over an 18-mile stretch of one levee in Plaquemines Parish south of New Orleans, flooding some homes in a thinly populated area.
Neil Armstrong's professionalism and modesty regarding his monumental achievements represent a stark contrast from many of a younger generation.