The money is to be used to open the Jane Pitt Pediatric Cancer Center this summer and is expected to make the new center eligible to participate in St. Jude's clinical research trials.
Henry Shaw's botanical garden is commemorating it's 150th birthday with activities and events throughout the year including lectures, special displays and free evening concerts.
At this point in his term, it's too early for Gov. Jay Nixon to be blamed for the poor economy, so he is safe in citing a high unemployment.
A cluster of tumors on his kidney complicated his treatment plan and delayed treatment for more than a month.
About 30 people attended a rally for the pardoning of Reggie Clemons.
Volunteers built a 12-foot sandbag levee to protect the downtown area of the city from Mississippi River floodwaters last summer.
Services were held on Sunday for the three shooting victims found in their own home in Cole Camp on Tuesday. No arrests have been made in the investigation.
The man had been convicted previously in Missouri for molesting an 8-year-old child.
The disease, equine piroplasmosis, is carried by ticks and can be fatal for horses.
Six Flags amusement park company is seeking bankruptcy protection for being $2.4 billion in debt despite posting record revenues in 2008.
The U.S. Army has agreed to help Jim Wilson attend his son's military funeral. His son, Matthew Wilson, was killed in Afghanistan by a roadside bomb.
Twenty-six defendants were indicted in one of the largest cocaine trafficking rings in the Kansas City area, according to federal prosecutors.
St. Louis' proposed Ballpark Village development seeks final approval, but faces more delays. St. Louis Cardinals president Bill DeWitt III hoped the board would decide the issue at the July meeting.
Charles Lindbergh's historic unit in St. Louis, the 131st Fighter Wing, flies away to western Missouri.
Seventy-two dogs seized from a puppy mill in Mansfield had tumors, eye and skin problems, officials from the Humane Society of Missouri said.
Dr. David Quang Pham was arrested Friday on federal charges alleging he submitted bills to Medicare and Medicaid from 2002 to 2008 for care not provided.
The St. Louis caretaker was indicted on charges of mail fraud, unauthorized credit card use and theft of government money. He pleaded not guilty.
Lover's Leap, a 200-foot-tall bluff overlooking the Lake of the Ozarks, will be closed to visitors if they don't start picking up their trash, owners say.
While federal legislation remains in committee, Missouri has moved into the forefront of efforts to enact a consumption tax. A national group promoting a federal consumption tax will hold a rally from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturday at the Boone County Fairgrounds that's attracting national attention.
Gov. Jay Nixon signed a measure to use federal money to give Missourians up to 20 additional weeks of jobless benefits.