Two condominium developments and a restaurant are accused by the Missouri Attorney General of allowing sewage to be dumped into the Lake of the Ozarks.
The decision might bring the state closer to being allowed to hold executions again.
The shooting occurred just before noon Tuesday at a drug-testing facility.
Bobby Lee Garrett pleaded guilty last year to charges including embezzling government property and wire fraud conspiracy.
Another worker was injured in the accident but is conscious and talking.
No mail delivery or retail services will be offered by Columbia post offices on Veterans Day. All state offices will also be closed for the day.
The bill, which would overhaul the nation's health care system, was narrowly passed in the House last Saturday. Carnahan declined to say whether she supports the bill.
State Auditor Susan Montee said most of the problems resulted from a lack of proper oversight.
Gov. Jay Nixon issued the order Tuesday in honor of 28-year-old Specialist Christopher Cooper of St. Louis. He died Oct. 30 in Babil Province, Iraq.
Victor Louis Calderon, 25, pleaded guilty Friday to reduced charges in a vandalism spree which included a bronze statute of Churchill, a 17th Century English church and a section of the Berlin Wall.
The Missouri Department of Conservation has received a federal grant to buy development rights of land tied to caves where endangered species are known to live.
A man charged with injuring four employees with a chainsaw while helping to prepare the New Life Evangelistic Center's annual peace festival has been committed to the custody of the Missouri Department of Mental Health.
The additional checkpoint gives Lambert Airport two more security lanes in the East Terminal.
An unusually wet October put the fall harvest behind schedule for many Missouri farmers.
Scott Roeder confessed to the shooting but pleaded not guilty to one charge of first-degree murder and two charges of aggravated assault, saying he plans to argue that his actions were necessary to protect the lives of unborn children.
Two men from Missouri and one from Arizona pleaded guilty last week to the conspiracy in Jefferson County. The marijuana seized was worth about $1 million.
Enrollment has increased recently depsite the number of police jobs remaining the same as budgets continue to tighten. However, St. Louis Policy Academy in the city received a large federal stimulus to hire 50 new officers.
It's about more then just fighting for Fred and Rico Engberg. The father-son duo own a gym in Joplin where they train fighters and host fights but they also do private investigations, bail bonding and help children in abusive siutations.
George McCollum and Linda McCollum use hickory bark and corn shucks to weave chair seats, stools and benches. In their spare time, the two make music together playing one of their double dulcimers.
Rachel Wilson, along with her husband and children, built life-size horse sculptures out of wood. About a half dozen of Rachel Wilson's hedge horses have been on display at Art Central in Carthage and will continue to be there through this weekend.