The monument honors those who died in the 1864 battle following the Centralia Massacre.
Officials expect the vaccine to be among those released this fall to better protect people against the H1N1 flu.
Democratic leaders sent a letter to Gov. Jay Nixon Tuesday asking him to continue state funding for the Tour of Missouri.
Due to a lack of educational and performing space, MU is looking at building a performing arts center on the corner of Hitt Street and University Avenue.
JCTV is inviting submissions of amateur film, animation or any other kind of independently produced video.
The judiciary plans to use the study to evaluate the effectiveness of existing methods of dealing with juvenile defendants.
More than half of the 78 medical school deans who responded to a survey said they were aware of their students posting unprofessional content — such as photos of drug paraphernalia and cadavers — on the Internet.
The union representing the state workers is seeking an annual salary increase of 6 percent for the next three years.
The plane crashed about five miles east of Columbia Regional Airport, killing the only person on board.
U.S. Rep. Ike Skelton, who chairs the House Armed Services Committee, wrote a letter to President Obama urging him to quickly provide direction and resources for the war in Afghanistan.
Missouri Attorney General Chris Koster signed a letter defending Scott Eckersley's reputation and concluding that Eckersley had offered advice about Missouri's open-records law.
Built in 1898, the two-story Keene schoolhouse sits at 4713 Brown
Station Road. The all-brick structure is the last of its kind in the
state. A registered historical landmark, the building sports a
Boone County Historical Society plaque near the front door. And
if your pockets are deep enough, you could live there.
After a series of expensive renovations, current owners Daniel and Mary Lee are looking to sell. They’ve put the house up for private auction. Bidding will begin at noon Sept. 28.
Although the economy is showing signs of recovery, the staggering number of unemployed Americans has prompted a Washington representative to draft a bill extending unemployment benefits in certain states.
A St. Louis-area company's Ferris wheel is drawing extra attention, but it's not because it's a particularly wild and crazy ride, or even that it's secondhand. It's because, in this case, the first owner's hand was clad in a sequined white glove.
Gov. Jay Nixon gave a Washington-based law firm a contract that was not competitively bid to help Missouri with an application to receive stimulus funds for rural Internet access. Initially worth $50,000, the contract was later expanded to $100,000.
The rust was discovered on fields in New Madrid, Pemiscot and Dunklin counties. Producers may not be affected since the rust happened late in the growing season.
The July accident led to 10,000 gallons of water spilling down four floors. It damaged ceiling, walls, computer and files.
The alumni gift from retired Texas energy company executive Wayne Laufer is being used to establish an endowed chair in energy research.
Falls Prevention Awareness Day is on Tuesday. The death rate for people 65 and older from slip and fall injuries is nearly a third higher in Missouri than the national average.