Mid-Missouri voters get to elect several county officials this coming general election in November.
Deer become more active during this time of year. Missouri State Highway Patrol officials have two announcements: a reminder to motorists to be vigilant in avoiding accidents involving deer and a plea to Missouri hunters to participate in the Share the Harvest program.
The grant will be used to build a new Irving Elementary School and an East Middle School and elementary school in Duquesne.
A Missouri jury recommended that Ryan Evans, a former soldier, receive a life sentence for the beating death of Skyler Barrett in October 2006. Skyler was 18-months-old at the time of the murder.
The Independence School District is planning to open an on-site employee health clinic.
A federal judge has issued a permanent injunction that prohibits a ban on leafleting in Cape Girardeau, thus allowing the Ku Klux Klan to put flyers on vehicles in the southeast Missouri city.
The pork industry's overall economic impact has been important to the state and vital to north-central Missouri. But the industry has had to be dragged kicking and squealing into doing the right thing.
City leaders decided the door-to-door candy quest can go on, as long as children have a responsible adult along.
Mosque officials say members voted overwhelmingly Wednesday not to rebuild the mosque at the site outside city limits where it was destroyed by a suspicious fire Aug. 6.
Clair Willcox will return to the press as editor-in-chief and associate director, effective immediately, according to a release from the MU News Bureau.