Michael Wayne Ford Sr., who was convicted of murdering hitchhiker Larry Sansoucie in 1977, was released Wednesday after being granted clemency more than four years ago.
The tiger, Sheena, has adjusted to living near other tigers for the first time in her life after being found at a Seneca puppy mill in February.
Missouri State University's audit is part of a series of regular inspections. The university was last audited in 1992 and 1995.
The Kroger Co. has recalled ground beef sold at stores in more than a dozen states, including Missouri. The company operates stores under various names in different locations.
The three-acre Citygarden, which was funded with $30 million from the nonprofit Gateway Foundation, is free to the public and offers an audio tour including the voices of St. Louis leaders such as Hall of Fame Cardinal Ozzie Smith.
A Missouri judge has rejected a ballot summary for an initiative restricting eminent domain use, citing its promise of protections already guaranteed in the state constitutions.
Three veterans groups are urging President Barack Obama to release disturbing photos of detainee abuse that have been kept secret for fear of inciting unrest in the Middle East.
Cole County Circuit Judge Richard Callahan ruled Tuesday that a ballot summary prepared by Secretary of State Robin Carnahan for a proposed constitutional amendment that would restrict eminent domain is "insuffient and unfair."
A new highway campaign titled "The Heat is On" will clamp down on speeding, drunken driving and seatbelt use.
The suspect is charged with threatening to blow up a police station and a federal court house in Cape Girardeau.
The Kansas City-based center, which trains school districts to respond to disasters and emergencies, lost its $219,000 funding and will close in January.
The utility company will fund a $3 million project to help low-income customers get caught up on their unpaid bills.
Director of Agriculture Jon Hagler and Attorney General Chris Koster spoke at the Central Missouri Humane Society on Monday to discuss the second part of a plan to circumvent unlicensed dog breeders
Reginald Clemons, who was sentenced to death for a double-murder in 1991, claims he was wrongly convicted. On Tuesday, the Missouri Supreme Court appointed a special master to investigate that claim.
A Kirksville man is guilty of defrauding 26 investors since the early 1990s in a mail-fraud scheme.
In a scheme uncovered by state auditors, former St. Louis city accountant has been charged with felony stealing.
Shellabarger will take over for Jason Lamb on Wednesday as prosecutor for Audrain County.
The Missouri Supreme Court has denied a new trial and DNA testing for a Linn County man serving life in prison for his mother's murder.
Gov. Jay Nixon's proposal to finance construction projects with bonds faces criticism from Missouri Republicans,who say that stimulus funds should be used for the projects instead.
State treasurer calls the expansion of the low-interest loan program as an economic development tool. The legislation broadens a program in which the treasurer deposits money in banks at discounted interest rates so that the banks can offer cheaper loans to small businesses and farmers.