Taylor Stadium is getting its first major renovation since 2000 in an effort to improve the player experience.
Nearly $3 million is being used to upgrade the Guard's facilities.
The 1927 film was in excellent condition, considering its age, and has been restored and put on DVD. It was discovered in a house previously belonging to a family of Russian immigrants.
A police officer was trying to detain 34-year-old David Bogard on suspicion of driving while intoxicated when Bogard used mace on the officer then fled. Bogard died Sunday night after being shot.
The airport manager said the plan lost power after take off. The two passengers survived the crash landing into Higginsville Lake.
Jerry Smartt of Warsaw is the fastest man in the world of his age, after competing in the World Masters Track and Field Championship in Lahti, Finland. The runners who beat him at the competition were younger.
A rebound in Katy traffic has boosted trailside businesses in St. Charles County as the bike shops, taverns and wineries that cater to the tens of thousands who cycle the Katy Trail near St. Louis report that business has been strong this year. Some point to the recession as the reason for the traffic increase, saying that more people are choosing affordable, local recreation over spendy long-distance travel.
After her husband's death, Phyllis J. Hornbeck decided to write her first book based on her life experiences.
A joint letter from Kansas and Missouri Bishops says church teaching doesn't suggest socialization of medical services.
Levi Leipheimer, a Tour de France veteran who crashed and broke his wrist, plans to return to the wheel during the third Tour of Missouri. The Missouri race is among the top five cycling events outside of Europe.
The magazine's editor-in-chief says there is still a place for a general-interest print magazines in a digital media age.
Two East St. Louis men were sentenced to federal prison after helping to distribute 2,200 pounds of Mexican marijuana from Arizona to Illinois, Missouri and Ohio, prosecutors said.
The latest numbers indicate that the U.S. economy's long-term shift from farming and manufacturing to service sector jobs continues apace, while in the short term, the recession has left the labor market in disarray. Unemployment is up, workweek hours are down and the construction and financial sectors have shed significant numbers of jobs.
A new formula could provide a more refined picture of American poverty that would capture the everyday costs of necessities besides just food.
Some Missouri car dealers have held onto paperwork needed to register and title new vehicles. The dealers are holding on to the paperwork until the government reimburses them.
The state employee retirement system, one of the state's two pension funds, lost 19.1 percent on investments for the year. To offset this loss in money, state tax funds might need to contribute anywhere between 1.5 percent to 20 percent more in Missouri's next budget.
Missouri will recieve $22 million from Pfizer and its subsidiaries for Medicaid fraud, which is part of a $1 billion nationwide settlement.
Judge David Mouton, who lives in Carthage, knew the victims and their family.
A Missouri teen kidnapped in 2002 and found in 2007 speaks out on the return of Dugard to her family.
Nixon appoints Kelley Martin to the Missouri Development Finance Board.