Sheila Ackmann Robertson died Tuesday, Nov. 6, 2012. She was 51.
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The fire started around 5:30 a.m. and was knocked down in 15 minutes. The cause of the fire is still under investigation.
Rebekah Laupp, a Hickman graduate and Drury University diver, qualified for NCAA II Nationals.
Following Superstorm Sandy and a snow storm, East Coast residents without electricity are expressing frustration at how long it's taking to turn the lights back on.
Loughner, who killed six people and wounded 13 in a 2011 shooting, was ordered to serve seven life sentences plus 140 years in federal prison.
Majority party Republicans chose Sen. Ron Richard to succeed Dempsey as the Senate majority leader, and Democrats picked Sen. Jolie Justice to serve as Senate minority leader.
Tracy Session pleaded guilty Wednesday to second-degree murder and other charges in the killing of 34-year-old Keith Mosely at a Jefferson City apartment complex.
Congress will look at the tax and spending changes next week, which would cut the federal deficit by $503 billion but cause a spike in unemployment.
The Missouri Chamber of Commerce and Industry said 99 of the 103 candidates endorsed by its political action committee won election Tuesday to the state House and Senate.
Across all levels of government, the incumbents laregly defeated their challengers, which speaks on the feelings of the voters.
The state Conservation Department said the youth deer hunting season is part of its efforts to recruit more hunters.
The Reynolds Journalism Institute received a $30.1 million gift from the Donald W. Reynolds Foundation to establish a permanent endowment fund Thursday. This is the second largest gift in MU history, topped only by the $31 million gift the foundation gave in 2004 to create the institute.
According to Secretary of State Robin Carnahan's office, 2.7 million Missouri residents voted in the general election.
Following President Barack Obama's re-election, Democrats and Republicans see the likelihood of continued legislative struggles ahead.
President Barack Obama rolled to re-election Tuesday night and spoke to thousands of cheering voters in Chicago. Earlier, former Massachusetts Gov. Mitt Romney conceded the election during a speech in Boston.
Missouri's defense has been challenged this season, against the likes of Georgia, South Carolina and Alabama. But Tennessee, with quarterback Tyler Bray and a host of explosive receivers, might provide Missouri its greatest challenge yet.
The nor'easter brought down tree limbs and electrical wires, and utilities in New York and New Jersey reported that some customers who lost power because of Sandy lost it all over again as a result of the nor'easter.
Marian Ohman, who lives on Garth Avenue, turned herself into police after realizing that she had been involved in an accident in which someone had been injured on Garth.
The county often strayed from larger trends in races across Missouri, showing a more liberal tendency in a state that generally leaned strongly in the other direction.