People have decorated the wood with bright colors and positive sayings since a grand jury last month declined to indict Ferguson police officer Darren Wilson in the death of 18-year-old Michael Brown. The museum says it's in the planning stages of collecting some of the art for research or possibly for an exhibit.
Rebuild Joplin coordinated the work of more than 10,000 volunteers, who donated nearly 200,000 hours of work, The Joplin Globe reported
Legislation approved by Congress in the past week is meant to coincide with the 100th anniversary of the war, which lasted from 1914 to 1918.
Democratic Rep. Karla May of St. Louis this week filed a joint resolution to amend the state constitution to reduce the legal age to vote from 18 years old.
The bill would set a deadline of eight weeks before an election to make changes to ballot initiatives or referendum, about two weeks earlier than the generally accepted standard.
Just months after Missouri voters approved stronger constitutional gun rights, the new amendment is being put to the test by a convicted drug dealer who is citing it as a reason his former felony shouldn't disqualify him from carrying a gun.
A 30-year-old Springfield man was found early Sunday with what police said appeared to be a gunshot wound. He was taken to a hospital, where he died.
A mother was charged Saturday with second-degree murder and armed criminal action in the death of her 19-month-old son. Bond has been set at $100,000.
The genetic mapping can find rare, hard-to-detect disorders, which could reduce the number of tests needed.
The parents of 20-year-old Brandon Ellingson have filed two lawsuits accusing the Missouri State Highway Patrol of negligence. Ellingson drowned while in Trooper Anthony Piercy's custody.
Protesters received encouragement and some resistance in Jefferson City as they finished their 134-mile trek from Ferguson, Missouri.
The Missouri National Guard and State Highway Patrol have racked up nearly $12 million of costs while providing security stemming from protests in Ferguson and the St. Louis area.
Dakota Moss of Centralia, about 60 miles east of St. Louis, remained jailed Friday, two days after being charged with stealing firearms from a federal firearms licensee, carrying a firearm during a violent crime, possessing a stolen firearm and being a felon with a firearm.
Protestors arrived at the Missouri Governor's Mansion and walked into the state Capitol to hold a rally.
Kansas City school, Paseo Academy of Fine and Performing Arts, show how arts can be a boon for economically challenged children.
If passed as is, employers could fire or discipline those who don't give them access to their online accounts.
The Benedictine Sisters of Clyde, Missouri, have been producing altar bread for churches around the world for over a century. The group produces white, wheat and low-gluten varieties of the bread used during Catholic Mass.
Protesters from as far as Detroit and South Carolina have joined the NAACP's protest march from Ferguson to Jefferson City. The marchers plan to arrive at the Governor's Mansion on Friday afternoon.
Secretary of State Jason Kander opened a petition amending Article I of the Missouri Constitution for public comment.
Two campaigns in particular spent out hundreds of thousands of dollars in a media blitz leading up to the Nov. 4 elections: a group supporting restrictions on the governor's budget-balancing powers, and opponents of a measure to tie teacher evaluations to student performance.