Workers stayed late into the night Wednesday to fill orders for Valentine's Day deliveries. Watch a time-lapse video of employees filling orders.
In stepping down from his post as spiritual leader of 1.2 billion people, Pope Benedict XVI leaves behind a legacy of having embraced the modern, while respecting tradition.
Curtis Smith is charged with first-degree murder in the death of Kristi Murphy.
In the lead up to Valentine's Day, the employees of Tiger Gardens prepare for large flower orders.
State Rep. Linda Black, of Bonne Terre, announced Thursday that she would not seek the Democratic nomination to succeed Republican Congresswoman Jo Ann Emerson.
Both chambers voted Thursday to shield public buildings' security plans and law enforcement guidelines for terrorism incidents from public records requests.
The combined carrier will be called American Airlines and will be based in Fort Worth, but US Airways CEO Doug Parker will run it.
Sixty-three percent of the state's high school students participated in at least one career or technical education program in the 2011-2012 school year.
There has never been a case in Missouri where a voter tried to impersonate someone else to cast a vote. Not once.
Reeva Steenkamp was shot four times in the predawn hours in Oscar Pistorius' home in a gated community in the capital of South Africa, police said.
The subcommittee has been made permanent and broadened to provide oversight of spending at every federal agency.
The Missouri Republican and his Democratic colleague, Claire McCaskill, want resolution of the long-delayed St. John's Bayou/New Madrid Floodway project.
Lt. Gov. Peter Kinder detailed plans for it while asking a legislative committee on Wednesday to increase his office budget by about $38,500 to get it back to its level in 2009.
The Chamber of Commerce will host a launch party at 4 p.m. at Columbia Regional Airport.