An organic farming family in Clarksville talks about how they see the future of food. The Brabo family says the tide is turning toward locally grown food.
In a process where computers and Internet access are absolutely essential to identifying and applying for employment opportunities, it is an assumption that thrusts the impoverished job-hunters in the hole.
Inspired by a Christian author's book, Central Christian Church revolutionizes a service to better suit "nonchurchy" individuals.
Jeffrey Durham was convicted in late September of improper use of a corporate credit card that reportedly occurred in 2005.
Kansas City City Hall has set up public computers to allow ticketed motorists to watch video evidence as part of an effort to reduce the number of contested red-light camera tickets.
Templeton should return to work soon after being suspended for providing false information about E. coli in water at the Lake of the Ozarks. Joe Bindbeutel, former deputy director of the DNR, will no longer be appointed to the Administrative Hearing Committee.
Current DNR Director Mark Templeton will return to work soon, but Nixon will not allow Joe Bindbeutel, former deputy director for the Department of Natural Resources, to sit on the state Administrative Hearing Commission.
Economic conditions are slowly improving in some Midwest states, including Missouri.
The H1N1 flu virus has not been as bad as originally anticipated, but the battle is not over yet. Health officials are concerned that the virus could mutate into a deadlier strain, or that it will team with the regular winter flu season to overwhelm hospitals.
A new study suggests preventively giving babies Tylenol after vaccinating them could make the vaccines less effective. Some doctors recommend giving Tylenol right after a shot to prevent fever, but the study says it could reduce the immunity of the vaccine.
Gov. Jay Nixon said a review found 10 cases where beaches at state parks were not closed despite high levels of E. coli during the past three years. He is also rescinding the appointment of Joe Bindbeutel to a state job.
Twenty-three-year-old officer Julius Moore died Thursday from injuries suffered during a Oct 6. accident in south St. Louis. Moore's patrol vehicle collided with a turning tractor trailer while trying to assist in apprehending burglars.
After an announcement from Gov. Jay Nixon that the Department of Natural Resources had given him false information about E. coli levels in the Lake of the Ozarks, the department has been conducting an internal investigation set to conclude Friday.
Some of the letters written to President Harry Truman by his wife will eventually be displayed at the Truman Library and Museum in Independence.
A ninth-grade girl at Troy Buchanan High School was arrested Oct. 8 on supsicion of bullying another girl through a Web site. The girl faces school discipline.
The Humane Society of Missouri is working with pit bulls seized this summer in the largest dogfighting raid in U.S. history. Jakob, Junior and Kali, three pit bulls seized in the raid, appear headed for gentler lives.
The Missouri Department of Conservation says 1,242 deer were killed from last Friday through Monday during the urban portion of Missouri's firearms deer season.
The football-field long sub sandwich will be sold for $2 a chunk.
The towns of Washington and Union have adopted ordinances requiring prescriptions for any medicine containing pseudoephedrine, a key ingredient in the production of methamphetamine.
Missouri parks official Jim Yancey runs tests on beaches, and he missed water test results for a Lake of the Ozarks beach which had high bacterial levels. Yancey said he was on vacation, and the beach remained open with high bacteria levels.