The flags flown at half-staff will honor Clifton J. Scott of Kansas City, a Missouri Department of Transportation worker who died on the job.
The Traditionalist American Knights of the KKK had planned to place handbills on vehicles in Cape Girardeau on Friday and other dates that have not been determined. The group's imperial wizard, Frank Ancona, said the leafleting will proceed Friday even though the preliminary injunction was granted at the "last minute."
Kansas City is now short more than $600 million for fully funding its workers' retirement benefits.
Attorneys call for a grand jury investigation saying that they have new evidence while looking for individuals who might have seen the blast site in 1988.
Joel Lee Davis of Independence pleaded guilty Thursday to robbery and armed criminal action that he committed in September 1999.
Former Missouri Sens. Kit Bond and Jim Talent announced that they are now supporting Todd Akin in Akin's Senate campaign. Last month, Bondhad urged Akin to drop out of the Senate race.
The 17-year-old Kansas City girl caused the accident while texting. She was sent to prison for violating her probation.
Congress' failure to spend money maintaining the physical infrastructure along the Mississippi River and environmental and flood protection of the Missouri River harms business interests.
Rescuers seized dogs, goats, pigs, cows and horses from a home just north of Vienna. Maries County Sheriff Chris Heitman said he expects criminal charges to be filed against the homeowner.