Planners consider site for all-in-one Kansas City International terminal

A new terminal will be built at the Kansas City International Airport where the existing Terminal A is located.

Missouri Lt. Gov. Peter Kinder seeks rare third term

Kinder was the lone Republican to win statewide office four years ago when Democrats rolled. After facing several challenges during his second term, Kinder skipped an anticipated run for governor and this summer survived an expensive and robust GOP lieutenant governor primary.

UPDATE: Illinois Amtrak train hit 111 mph in test run

The 30-mph increase from the route's current top speed is a morale booster for advocates of high-speed rail in America who have watched conservatives in Congress put the brakes on spending for fast train projects they view as expensive boondoggles.

WHAT OTHERS SAY: A timely warning on Internet spying

A recent report by the U.S. House Intelligence Committee cautioned American companies about equipment supplied by two Chinese companies: Huawei Technologies and ZTE Corp.

Recently released Boy Scout 'perversion files' include 46 Missouri cases

A majority of the Missouri cases included in files released Thursday come from troops in St. Louis and Kansas City or their suburbs but cases also were reported in such places as Neosho, Fort Leonard Wood and Chillicothe.

Gov. Nixon heading to northeastern Missouri

Gov. Jay Nixon scheduled three public appearances Friday in northeastern Missouri.

Missouri Southern to offer National Guard training

Missouri Southern State University and National Guard officials signed an agreement Thursday to provide a program that will allow students to become commissioned officers in the National Guard.

Cape Girardeau County marks 200th year

The area was under French control dating to the 17th century and was later ceded to the Spanish.

SPECIAL SECTION: Homecoming 2012

The Missourian has published a Mizzou Homecoming guide as a joint project with the Mizzou Alumni Association.