Two died and one was injured in a collision on U.S. 67.
The leader of ShowMe Better Courts, an organization that supports the direct election of judges, has filed a complaint saying the Missouri Bar spent money to oppose their initiative. Skip Walther, the Missouri Bar president, said the complaint is "repelete with inaccuracies."
Senate candidates Congressman Roy Blunt and Secretary of State Robin Carnahan have shunned the use of earmark spending.
Medical workers at MU use literature to understand their patients better.
By fall, Kansas City plans to close 29 of its 61 schools, which will cut 700 of the district's 3,000 jobs within those schools, including 285 teachers.
Almost $1 billion could be cut from the state's budge by the time it's approved.
A proposed amendment would extend the current restrictions to drivers above the age of 21.
The year's first barges started moving up the Missouri River on Thursday, according to the Missouri Department of Transportation. The department expects this year's navigation season to be better than in the past.
For the third straight month, cuts have been made to the Missouri state budget totalling $254 million.
Falsely imprisoned for 16 years on murder charges, Joshua Kezer is free to tell his story on CBS's "48 Hours Mystery." The program will air at 9 p.m. central time Saturday.
Some consumers have complained that the dog treat, distributed by Frick's Quality Meats, has caused pets' deaths.
The Missouri Department of Transportation is hoping to save money in the future by eliminating 400 salaried positions and reducing unnecessary spending.
Former Missouri Speaker of the House Rod Jetton spoke to a grand jury in a bribery and conspiracy investigation stemming from a 2006 campaign donation. In an unrelated matter, Jetton was arraigned on a charge of felony assault Wednesday.
School board approves superintendent proposal to shut down nearly half the Kansas City public schools in order to erase a steep budget shortfall.
The Kansas City school board will vote on a proposal that would shut down nearly half the public schools.
The president will speak at 3:50 p.m. at St. Charles High School and then at 6:30 p.m. in St. Louis.
The award has been given every year since 1973.
Johnson said he told grand jurors that he was unaware of a $35,000 political contribution from the adult entertainment industry to a fundraising committee with ties to former Missouri House Speaker Rod Jetton.
The Columbia/Boone County Office of Emergency Management will activate outdoor warning sirens across the county at 1:30 p.m.Thursday