Some streets will be closed beginning at 3 p.m.. Parking is free but some lots are restricted. Entertainment starts at 6:30 p.m. with fireworks at 9:15 p.m.
It's been a year since city officials passed an ordinance banning the possession or discharge of fireworks within city limits.
Attendees of the rally voiced support for whistle-blowers such as Bradley Manning, Edward Snowden.
Nurse, doctor at University Hospital advocate safe use to prevent injuries.
The children completed several art projects throughout the day that dealt with identity and expression.
Two houses were also damaged by the gunfire. Police located 27 bullet casings of three different weapons and an abandoned SUV with bullet holes in it.
President Mohammed Morsi has insisted his legitimacy as an elected president must not be violated or Egypt could be thrown in to violence.
Christy Welliver was an active member of the community and founding vice president of the PedNet Coalition.
It seems Gov. Jay Nixon's $400 million frozen for education spending, building repairs and state services to use for the current budget, will be too great to thaw with the additional revenues from Missouri's 2013 fiscal year.
An increase in migratory birds initiates changes to this year's teal season.
In court filings and interviews this week, Attorney General Chris Koster noted that Missouri statutes allow two options for executions: lethal injection and death by gas.
College Park Christian Preschool celebrated Fourth of July on July 3 with a patriotic parade.
Driver was 17 when she lost control of her car while checking her phone. The accident killed a 72-year-old woman.
Executions in Missouri have been on hold, and legislature may need to find alternative methods, Koster said.
Mrs. Kidwell retired after 30 years of employment with Atkins, where she worked as a secretary. She also was awarded a certificate of appreciation for her 20 years of volunteerism with the Veterans Hospital.
The requirement that many employers provide coverage is just one part of a complex law. But its one-year postponement has taken administration allies and adversaries alike by surprise.
There will be a visitation from 2 p.m. to 4 p.m. Friday at Memorial Funeral Home with funeral service to follow at 4 p.m. and interment will be in Memorial Park Cemetery.
Bill would have kept juvenile offenders off the public list.
Under the motor vehicle legislation vetoed Wednesday, uninsured motorists involved in an accident would have waived the ability to have a cause of action or collect for noneconomic losses from someone who has insurance.
Under the legislation, juvenile offenders also eventually would have been allowed to petition for their removal from the sex offender registry.