Legislators prioritized state projects for federal stimulus funding, but say their list is not an endorsement of construction plans.
Manufacturers, constuction and support services continue to cut jobs, according to a report by the Missouri Department of Economic Development.
Latrice-Antionette Murray, 38, is charged with stealing mail that was mistakenly delivered to the Internal Revenue Service.
Their previous owners having pled guilty to various charges, dogs who lived only until they died in a fight or of their wounds, are now in the care of the Missouri Humane Society.
Gov. Jay Nixon lost a Cabinet member Monday amid a tumultuous economic climate.
A report issued by the state auditor's office Monday found that Missouri lawmakers were soliciting donations from unnamed lobbyists to finance staff gifts and meals. Some of the legislative gifts were not disclosed as required by state law.
The Missouri Supreme Court confirmed Monday that state Rep. Steve Brown, D-St. Louis County, has, in fact, turned in his law license, despite several reports to the contrary. Brown resigned from the Missouri House of Representatives in August after pleading guilty to federal obstruction of justice charges.
Saint Louis University is one of several schools across the country testing vaccines for safety and effectiveness.
Botanical gardens are also experiencing increased attendance as people opt to have a "staycation-daycation" in the down economy.
The four could face up to six months in prison if convicted for the crime. Dogs as well as fighting and training equipment were seized from the men.
Dena Riley of Independence received another life sentence Monday after pleading guilty to kidnapping a 5-year-old Kansas girl. Riley now has been sentenced to 10 life sentences.
Democratic officials nominated Joe Keaveny, 62, of St. Louis to run for a vacant seat in the Missouri state senate.
Montee said legislators should think twice about accepting gifts and contributions from lobbyists.
The Missouri Department of Natural Resources will now have $12.5 million more in stimulus money to work with, thanks to a block grant from the Department of Engergy. The money will go to energy efficiency and conservation projects, as well as outreach and public education.
Cole County Judge Byron Kinder blocked the certification of the Missouri Home Care Union because of a lawsuit that alleges election flaws.
A group of fourteen applicants will be narrowed down to three finalists to replace Missouri appellate judge Booker T. Shaw.
Leroy Buckley, 31, of Fort Leonard Wood, was BASE jumping near Notch Peak, Utah, when he was last seen.
Roswitha's Schnitzelbank, located off State Hwy. 43, offers German cuisine that the owner, Rose Hartline, learned from her grandmother. Hartline moved to southwest Missouri about 40 years ago.
Bill Bryan's environmental credentials gain him the position.
The Neidingers adopted cycling as an activity to share with their sons and soon became regulars in the Register's Annual Great Bicycle Ride Across Iowa.