According to a survey of nine states, the overall economic index for November is 51.2, an increase from October's 50. An above-50 score suggests growth, while any score below 50 suggests decline, survey organizers say.
Items for the new display at the Missouri History Museum could include drag queen dresses, leather vests and handwritten protest signs. The museum's effort to preserve gay history is similar to those taking shape in other cities.
Negotiations between the two parties are making the infrastructure project a tough task.
Outdoor Insane Clown Posse festival will not be at is tradition Southern Illinois site.
The study examined the nine commercial and 99 public-use airports that the agency supports.
Social services advocates say the new process is making it harder to sign up and easier to get thrown off the rolls.
2014 will mark the 250th anniversary of the founding of St. Louis. Events will begin on New Year's Eve and continue through February.
One lawsuit, filed in Taney County against Kanakuk Kamps, alleges former director Peter Newman molested a boy from 2000 to 2005.
The new bridge means the entire line through eastern Missouri has double tracks instead of funneling to a single line to cross the Osage River.
Police were speaking to several witnesses after Sunday's incident and said that three people had been taken to the Kansas City Police Department's headquarters for questioning.
William Eddleman, a former biology professor at Southeast Missouri State University, said he believes the deer are true albinos.
Staff hasn't determined whether the elephant involved in the death of a zookeeper will return to the public eye.
In an experiment touted as the first of its kind, five public universities are working together to share some of the agriculture courses that make them unique.
Despite the tens of millions of dollars spent on projects in the area east of downtown, restaurants and retailers struggle to thrive there.
The trees for the inside and outside of the mansion are arriving Monday.
Missouri Gov. Jay Nixon is calling state lawmakers back to the Capitol to consider incentives aimed at attracting a massive Boeing Co. production facility to the state.
Transplanted elk herd grows in Missouri, giving sportsmen dreams of hunting at home. Reintroducing them to the state is both experiment and science.
Hundreds of pending child welfare investigations in Missouri that weren't concluded within the deadlines set by law are at risk of being thrown out because the cases were not completed fast enough.
A 30-inch natural gas pipeline ruptured in a rural area of western Missouri and caused an explosion and fire that could be seen for several miles.
In-home euthanasia service spares both pets and owners stress while retaining dignity in death for terminally ill animals.