After tense discussions, the Council on Tall Buildings and Urban Habitat decided to count the tower's 408-foot-tall needle as part of its height — making the building the tallest in the U.S.
The attorney for a man convicted in a series of killings fueled by his hatred of blacks and Jews asked the Missouri Supreme Court on Tuesday to halt the inmate's execution, citing concerns about the state's plan to use a drug obtained from a compounding pharmacy.
Geography, meteorology, poverty, shoddy construction, a booming population and climate change make the Philippines the nation most vulnerable to killer typhoons, according to several studies.
St. Peters aldermen last week voted to remove a city ban on assessing points for camera violations.
The meeting will examine ways to expand and replicate "Innovation Campuses," which allow businesses to employ students as apprentices and help pay the cost of their education.
The agreement would allow American Airlines and US Airways to form the world's biggest airline.
Ryan Ferguson was released from custody Tuesday after the Missouri attorney general's office announced it would not pursue action against him.
Damaged roads and other infrastructure are complicating the relief efforts. Government officials and police and army officers are in many cases among the victims themselves, hampering coordination.
At its Monday meeting, the Columbia School Board considered parents concern about overcrowding at Mill Creek Elementary School.
Sporting News called it “spectacular.” SBNation called it “amazing.” ESPN named it one of its Top 10 plays of the weekend. What's causing all the noise? It's Dorial Green-Beckham's third touchdown catch from Saturday's game.
Meechu's Filipino Market, which caters to the local Filipino community, is accepting donations and plans to set up a box for clothes, canned goods and medicine.
The three little fans line up in the stands, hands on the railing, looking down at the Missouri volleyball team winning yet another game in October.
Without his sense of sight to guide him, Michael Hingson remained calm and trusted in his guide dog, Roselle, while the North Tower of the World Trade Center burned and crumbled around him.
Stephens College basketball fell to Truman State University on Monday in an exhibition game.
Goodbye, hand-checking. Goodbye, having two hands on an opponent. Goodbye, arm bars and jabbing.
Columbia beat Missouri Baptist 3-1 in an American Midwest Conference tournament semifinal Monday night.
Missouri junior Whitney Little was named Southeastern Conference Defensive Player of the Week on Monday.
At the memorial service below Memorial Tower, a group of men and women traded turns reading the names of all Missouri service members who died in the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan.
Hustler publisher Larry Flynt joins with the ACLU to request more information about the state's plan to execute Joseph Franklin next week with a supply of pentobarbital from an undisclosed compounding pharmacy.
The body of Michael G. Magyar, 46, was found Sunday. He had been missing since Thursday.