Crews brought about 600 of the American burying beetles to Wah'Kon-Tah Prairie.
Chronic wasting disease is a fatal illness that causes brain degeneration. There have been 10 confirmed cases of chronic wasting disease in free-ranging deer in Missouri.
The Conservation Commission recently voted to limit the number of firearm anterless deer permits for the 2013-2014 hunting seasons in 12 counties in central Missouri, including Boone County.
The governor has until mid-July to sign, veto or allow gun legislation to take effect without his signature. People from across the country are voicing their opinions on how he should proceed.
Crayola has developed a program called ColorCycle, through which students from kindergarten through 12th grade can send in their used markers and the company can repurpose the entire marker into fuel.
The nearly 2-mile stretch of I-70 that had been closed since early Friday after a tanker truck overturned near Kansas City has reopened.
Accident happened at 5 a.m. Video shows intense blaze.
Placement of large cellphone towers in town squares or residential neighborhoods could hurt property values.
An EF3 tornado in Missouri's St. Charles and St. Louis counties was said to be 1,000 yards wide and had winds of 136 to 165 mph.
The city will provide $9 million from its lodging tax fund for the development.
The Missouri senator's hold effectively prevents the chamber from approving Air Force Lt. Gen. Susan Helms' nomination.
James Clay Waller II of Jackson entered a guilty plea to second-degree murder in the death of Jacque Sue Waller. She had been missing since June 1, 2011.
The National Weather Service said the river had crested in the St. Louis area and the Illinois towns of Grafton and Alton farther north.
Missouri was among the states with the biggest increase in applications.
Finger Lakes in Columbia has been closed since May 30 due to high bacteria levels.
Freeman Bosley Sr. sent the letter to friends and supporters asking them for $14,274 to pay the outstanding balance of his 18-year-old daughter's upcoming bill at St. Xavier University in Chicago.
The university in St. Joseph said its "Griffon Rate" will be in effect this fall. It applies to both undergraduate and graduate tuition, for new and current students.
Mark Woodworth was first convicted of murder in 1995 for killing neighbor Cathy Robertson while she was asleep in her Livingston County home.
The governor also listed funding for education, public safety and social services among other reasons for vetoing the income tax cut bill Wednesday.
Gov. Jay Nixon called the bill an "ill-conceived, fiscally irresponsible experiment" that would be at the expense of the budgets of public school and public safety.