After putting an additional $200,000 into the race, the total amount of her loans is $770,000.
The former consumer advocate has thrown his hat into the presidential arena again and is looking to get the necessary signatures to appear on Missouri's ballot.
Democratic lieutenant governor's candidate Sam Page is promoting the endorsements of Roger Wilson, Joe Maxwell and Kenneth Rothman.
Talk radio host Rush Limbaugh has a hankering to become an NFL team owner and said if the St. Louis Rams came up for sale, he might be interested in buying them.
Attorney General Jay Nixon has filed seven lawsuits targeting individuals and businesses that have committed what he describes as mortgage fraud.
If the plant is built, it would be next to the utility’s existing nuclear plant in Callaway County.
Sarah Steelman criticizes Kenny Hulshof’s record on earmark spending, but most of the projects are not those he personally championed. Hulshof says she is taking his votes out of context.
Barack Obama returns to Missouri to campaign in rural areas after opening 24 offices in the state.
Police are investigating reports of possible fiscal mismanagement in the Liberty School District.
Building on a recent private audit submitted to the school board, investigators will be looking into various issues including unauthorized use of school credit cards and property and questionable decisions on multimillion-dollar construction projects.
As they fled police, Richard D. Davis and his girlfriend, Dena Riley, made handwritten “last will and testaments” and told an acquaintance that they planned to commit suicide.
A Cole County judge gave Joe Maxwell and Louis Leonatti until Aug. 26 to determine whether to pursue the lawsuit.
U.S. Rep. Kenny Hulshof and Treasurer Sarah Steelman held a debate on St. Louis radio station KMOX to compare their positions to each other’s and Democratic Attorney General Jay Nixon’s.
Joni Adams Bliss, the first woman to work as managing editor of the Southeast Missourian newspaper in Cape Girardeau, died after a battle with ovarian cancer.
Presidential candidates John McCain and Barack Obama each tried to lay claim to the support of Missouri veterans on Tuesday.
Wachovia Corp. lost a staggering $8.9 billion in the second quarter of this year, leading the nation’s fourth-largest bank to cut its dividend and slash 6,350 jobs in response to mortgage-related losses.
The payments to the government will also settle claims that the Springfield-based health care system billed Medicare for costs not allowed under federal laws. CoxHealth is not admitting any wrongdoing in the settlement.
Texas Gov. Rick Perry says the agency should lower ethanol requirements because of rising corn prices. The EPA hopes to have a decision in early August.
Authorities say a man accused of eight murders in Illinois and Missouri allegedly attempted to assault another jail inmate.
The Missouri Supreme Court on Tuesday announced that it would issue a warrant to execute John Middleton on Sept. 17.
St. Louis Police Chief Joe Mokwa defended himself Tuesday amid concerns about his role in a scandal involving seized vehicles, admitting to errors in judgment but saying he did nothing wrong.