Missouri Treasurer Clint Zwiefel is warning people to watch out for e-mails telling them that his office may have some unclaimed property for them.
Missouri hunters kill 8,300 turkeys, down from 28,000 in 1987. However, this number is still higher than last year's number.
A woman arrested in a Walmart in Kennett on Jan. 6, 2007 and charged with assaulting two police officers, distrubing the peace and resisting arrest says she was a target of racial slurs by officers who physically mistreated her.
Andrew Lyons, 52, was given two death sentences in 1996 for killing his girlfriend and her mother in 1992. Lyons' attorney, Fred Duchardt, said that his client is mentally disabled and scored low on intelligence tests. In an earlier case the U.S. Supreme Court ruled that the mentally disabled cannot be executed.
Four of the 13 programs approved in the Statewide Transportation Improvement Program are in Boone County. The projects will be funded with federal stimulus money.
Gov. Jay Nixon and other officials said prosecution of the state's DWI laws has been lax and is in bad need of reform.
Old septic systems near the lake are failing, but the cost to replace them is too high for many local residents.
Although the revenue collections have declined by 11 percent, the state budget director said she thinks the decline will improve to 4 percent by the end of fiscal year 2010.
The American Academy of Family Physicians now being owned by Coca-Cola causes concern among members about the image it will portray, and it has lost members and support. The academy regrets the resignations and hopes other members will not "rush to judgment" before seeing the new content, the CEO said.
A southwest Missouri man became the first cancer patient to undergo a procedure known as targeted muscle reinnervation. The arm with bone cancer was amputated, but some nerves were saved to used with a prosthesis.
A student from Kansas City was killed by a stray bullet on the Clark Atlanta University, and now her parents are suing the school.
Monthly collection numbers were down across the board in Missouri compared to October 2008.
In a two-day season, young hunters in Missouri killed more than 13,000 deer this year. It's the second highest total ever recorded for that period. This year, Osage, Franklin and Callaway counties led the way, with hunters harvesting more than 240 deer in each county.
The Missouri Department of Transportation has completed work on 107 of the 802 bridges slated to be repaired or replaced by Oct. 31, 2013. An additional nine will be finished by the end of the year.
With passage of a smoking bans in St. Louis city and county, 50 percent of all Missourians are now living in areas with limits on smoking in public. Legislators are revisiting enacting state laws on the issue.
The vote at Missouri Southern State University on Monday was 140 to 44, with almost 78 percent of the university's faculty voting.
The zoo has learned it will receive a polar bear in time for the opening of a new exhibit next spring.
The Joint Committee on Missouri's Energy Future met Monday in Columbia to discuss the potential effects of federal cap-and-trade legislation on Missouri energy producers and consumers.
An all-time high of inmates in September has one legislator concerned about future prison growth.
Residents of Lake of the Ozarks said faulty septic tanks may be to blame for the Lake's high E. coli levels.