The Royals led the Rays 1-0 in the fourth inning when play was postponed. Kansas City received measurable snow on Thursday for the first time since 1907.
Sen. Kurt Schaefer, R-Columbia, blocked the Senate vote Thursday. He said the legislature should spend more time studying the effects of the proposed higher education funding formula before voting.
A favorable financial report released by Gov. Jay Nixon's administration Thursday showed state revenues through April were 11.2 percent higher than at this point last year.
The application and accessories allow for people to test their blood pressure, run an EKG and take pictures inside the ear to determine infections.
Auto sales also reached their highest level since 2007. Ford Motor Co. announced on Thursday they will add 2,000 workers to its Missouri plant that manufactures the F-150 pickup.
The concerns over triclosan offer a sobering glimpse at a little-known fact: Many chemicals used in everyday household products have never been formally approved by U.S. health regulators.
Today, clean technology investment funds are not trying to replace the fossil fuel industry, they're trying to help it by financing companies that can make mining and drilling less dirty.
Sponsoring Republican Sen. John Lamping of St. Louis pulled his bill from the Senate floor after Senate Democrats offered an amendment to restore the contribution caps.
More than 70,000 people are expected to attend the three-day conference that will have speakers such as Sarah Palin, Rick Perry and Rick Santorum.
The bill would allow fees to be raised on businesses and would narrow the type of future injuries covered by the Second Injury Fund.
The bill would allow school employees to voluntarily become "protection officers" if they have a valid concealed weapons permit and undergo training for the position.
Lawmakers have passed two measures during the past two years that have sought to reverse the court ruling. Gov. Jay Nixon has vetoed both, including the most recent one last month.
The legislation would now add the prosecutor in the location where the offender was committed for treatment to be alerted.
Missouri lawmakers who contributed to the rejection of the Medicaid expansion dealt a serious blow to Mercy Hospital Washington and other Missouri hospitals.
Arvarh Strickland was a force for change at MU and in Columbia. The first black professor at MU and a lifelong advocate for minority hiring in higher education died Tuesday morning at age 82.
The youth football community fears for the safety of children, but it also fears for the survival of the game. How exactly do you make football safer without changing the game?
Anthony Tyree Graves could receive a sentence of 30 years in prison for shooting Deaudre Johnson, 17. Circuit Court Judge Kevin Crane will make a decision on Graves' sentence on June 10.
In Pete D'Amour's seven seasons as Missouri softball's pitching coach, he has quietly led the team to pitching success, but he would never admit he deserves any credit.
A former resident who worked as an electrician for the Navy told Columbia fire investigators she complained to the company about possibly unsafe electrical fixtures.
The order calls upon the state to respond to the claims in Ferguson’s petition, which include a lack of physical evidence, a lack of credible witness testimony and a constitutional violation in the trial's jury selection.