A former Shell Knob man said he harvested the eggs at his home and sold the resulting caviar in Tennessee. Prosecutors say he sold about 387 pounds of caviar for at total of $35,820.
An expert defense witness said during a sentencing hearing that Jerry Buck Inman would likely be killed if he were allowed to mix with other inmates because of his sex-related convictions.
Eugene Ford faces sentencing in November for helping plan the theft of an armored car in Farmington in 2006.
Thieves in the St. Louis area have been breaking into vehicles to steal the devices, which contain expensive metals such as platinum.
Lawrence Adolphe Thompson III was involved in a single-car accident and was being held on pending charges of driving while intoxicated when an officer discovered his body hanging in the holding room.
The model will boost an area of the museum that had previously been lacking.
Middleweight boxer Cory Spinks was cleared of allegations he had an altercation with a woman after surveillance video showed he was shopping at the time.
Schaefer served from 1995 to 2007 and oversaw major development for the town
Gov. Matt Blunt denied voting privileges to the student member of the University of Missouri System Board of Curators despite the legislation passing in the House and Senate.
Sen. Chuck Graham is sponsoring a measure that would give the student member of the UM System Board of Curators a vote.
Scott Muschany resigned Tuesday from the Missouri House just hours after pleading not guilty to felony charges of deviate sexual assault.
The Missouri Lottery discontinued its Show Me 5 Paydown and is offering refunds to the 473 people who think they bought a ticket for that drawing.
Jasper County must rebid its remaining 2008 projects after costs rise.
One million yards of chat will be removed in Park Hill to identify the land underneath and create a plan for cleanup and property preservation.
One worker was killed, three were injured, when the crane collapsed at Kansas City Power & Light’s Iatan plant in May.
Pickens is promoting his alternative energy plans to both McCain and Obama, saying America is on the brink of economic disaster if something isn't done soon.
Scott Muschany, R-St. Louis, was indicted by a grand jury last month.
Obama and Palin used their campaign stops over the weekend to fire off accusations over enormous earmarks each have asked to use in their respective home states.
Focusing on Obama’s spending habits, McCain and Palin returned for the second time in eight days to a critical swing state.
On Sunday, a boat tour of Sequiota cave in Springfield disturbed a colony of more than 1,000 gray bats. Fears that the bats were going into hibernation left future tours up in the air.