The brewer may include a Super Bowl ad featuring the Clydesdales but will leave the decision to its fans.
A bill proposed by Sen. Kurt Schaefer calls for increased prison time for people convicted of certain sexual offenses.
According to genealogists, President Obama is a distant relative of the newly-elected Mass. Sen. Scott Brown.
The Senate has moved forward with its resolution to reject the Missouri State Tax Commission's order to raise taxes on Missouri farmland. It has been sent to the House to approve and will be taken up early next week.
A proposed amendment would do away with income tax and increase sales tax to make up for lost revenue.
A new grant would cut the time of a trip from St. Louis to Chicago by a third of the length.
Missouri adoptees are pressing lawmakers to ease the process of accessing medical and birth records of their genealogical parents. Currently, adoptees must go through the court system to gain access to these records, requiring consent of the birth mother.
Former "America's Got Talent" winner and MU alumnus Neal E. Boyd is coming back to a Missouri stage in February. Boyd will be a special guest at a concert with the Southeast Missouri Symphony Orchestra.
Student housing fees at MU are set to increase beginning in the 2010 summer session.
President Barack Obama's address received mixed reactions from organization leaders and politicians from around the nation and Missouri.
The Senate vote against implementing the State Tax Commission's plan follows a state House vote Wednesday rejecting a similar measure.
House committee unanimously approved a resolution that would call for an amendment to the U.S. Constitution requiring a balanced budget.
The Senate Education Committee heard a bill Wednesday that would require all public schools to enact a bullying a policy that includes cyberbullying.
On Wednesday, the House Education Appropriations Committee heard testimony from members of the department who outlined Gov. Jay Nixon's proposed budget. Nixon proposed more money for public education. Programs such as Parents As Teachers might receive less money for the second year.
The governor's plan to provide incentives to state businesses met little opposition from witnesses at a House committee hearing Wednesday.
District Judge Warren Wilbert ruled that the jury would not be permitted to consider the manslaughter charge because abortion, including late-term abortion, is legal in Kansas and because George Tiller did not pose an imminent threat.
The victims' names have not been released but one was 56 years old and the other was 18.
The Obama administration has announced a grant of $1.1 billion for the development of a high-speed rail for faster travel between Chicago and St. Louis. Another grant of $31 million will fund upgrades for rail travel between St. Louis and Kansas City. The project is expected to improve service and create jobs.
Two peole were found dead in a Moberly house after a fire was reported early Thursday morning. The victims' identities have not been released and the investigation is ongoing.
A man was banned from a small town in Missouri after it was found that he was guilty of paying a teenager to vandalize a prominent statue.