Deval Patrick ordered Boston residents to remain inside during widespread search for Boston Marathon bombing suspect.
Representatives for St. Louis-based Monsanto Co. said during a conference call that the emergence of the genetically modified strain was an isolated occurrence.
Cape Girardeau public defender Christopher Davis said Clay Waller will confess to killing 39-year-old Jacque Waller at a hearing Thursday afternoon.
Ziyad Abid was studying aviation at the University of Central Missouri in Warrensburg when his roommate was accused of killing a popular bar owner.
After problems finding potential jurors in Clay and Cass counties, a third date has been set in the first-degree murder trial of David Hosier.
Shortly after the Democratic governor rejected the bill Wednesday, the leading sponsors of the legislation said they would attempt to get the two-thirds vote needed to override his veto when the Legislature convenes in September.
Controversy in recent years has focused on land around the lake formed by a hydroelectric project now operated by St. Louis-based Ameren.
The student pleaded guilty last week to a charge of making a terrorist threat.
Gov. Jay Nixon raised concerns that the tax cut could jeopardize funding for education, mental health and other essential services
Five days after the 2013 state legislative session ended, Rep. Chris Kelly shared his thoughts on the session Tuesday night at the Columbia Public Library.
Jason Smith, who turns 33 later this month, will be one of the youngest members of Congress. The seat he won had been represented by Jo Ann Emerson or her husband, Bill Emerson, since 1980.
Revenue totaled $7.3 billion for 11 months, compared with $6.6 billion last year.
Checks will go only to those who lost their homes to foreclosures and received loans from one of five specified banks.
More rain is expected in coming days, from St. Louis north to Minnesota and westward across some of the Great Plains.
Southeast Missouri voters will choose U.S. House member after 32 years of representation by Emerson family.
Pamela Nicholson, the new CEO of the St. Louis company, began at Enterprise as a management trainee in 1981 after graduating from MU.
Corn planting is 86 percent complete, 26 days behind a year ago.
Heavy rain over the past several days has spurred a second round of spring flooding this year in Iowa, Illinois and Missouri.
The governor said the legislation raised "serious questions" about whether Missouri courts could consider foreign decrees or orders needed to complete overseas adoptions.
Workers added to durable-goods manufacturers, which helped the Missouri picture.