New 5,350 square foot building housing research animals is expected to be open by Jan. 1.
Angelia Hanson of Cape Girardeau pleaded guilty to involuntary in July death of Jody Lane.
A threat to the supply of the anesthetic propofol will not prevent Missouri from carrying out lethal doses of the drug for death row inmates.
Working in the 1970s, '80s and '90s, the three researchers made groundbreaking discoveries about how tiny bubbles called vesicles act as cargo carriers inside cells.
The mobile app, which allows users to purchase things with a tap on the screen, will slowly roll out its service to universities based on how many students have joined the waiting list.
A week into a partial government shutdown, some messy stuff is stacking up.
The term starting Monday could see the court re-evaluating several prior decisions on topics including campaign finance, affirmative action, legislative prayer and abortion clinic protests.
The team's win against the Jaguars came despite special teams miscues.
Police officers were able to put out the fire during the second arson attempt in one week.
The Poplar Street Bridge was renamed after former St. Louis Congressman William L. Clay Sr.
Man killed after being pulled over by police after observing a possible drug transaction.
Devonte Dye was found Monday in the St. Francis River near Butler County.
This is the newest frontier in the genetic revolution: how early to peek into someone's DNA and how to make use of this health forecast without causing needless worry.
Khalid Ouazzani, 35, who had faced up to 65 years in prison for bank fraud, money laundering and conspiracy to support a terrorist group, was sentenced in federal court in Kansas City.
Years of lead mining created waste that causes problems in what is known as the Lead Belt region of Missouri.
The Old Wheels Car Club's 39th annual show featured cars from several different time periods.
Forty-two athletes competed Saturday in the Show-Me Strength Strongman and CrossFit Challenge. Among them was Libby Cowgill, who was competing in such an event for the first time.
Those with Alzheimer's disease and those whose lives have been impacted by it gathered for the Walk to End Alzheimer's on Sunday at Stephens Lake Park.
Arizona State, Mississippi and Maryland dropped out of the rankings as Alabama continued to hold its No. 1 spot.
A fight at the new student housing complex ended in gunfire early Sunday morning, when a man fired shots into the air outside a party. No one was injured, and the investigation is ongoing.