After taking the first stage on Monday, Mark Cavendish prevailed to win the second stage Tuesday in Cape Girardeau, maintaining his overall lead.
Last year's winner decided not to continue Tuesday because of an injured hand.
Idaho Rep. Stephen Hartgen cites the 2006 Missouri case that involved a 13-year-old girl who committed suicide after getting online taunts from a woman posing as a teenager.
The National Guard is using the funds for 21 projects throughout the state, including barracks and training facilities.
Missouri is one of seven states that will recieve money from the settlement.
The number of claims has dropped since 2005, when then-Gov. Matt Blunt and the legislature enacted a law that restricts injury lawsuits.
The beetle, which was discovered near Detroit in 2002, was found in Wayne County last year, but it hasn't been found anywhere else in Missouri.
On Interstate 90, Olive Nightingale, drove faster than 100 mph, according to Montana Highway Patrol. The chase ended when Nightingale's vehicle drove over a set of spikes put in the road by Yellowstone County deputies.
The Republican state senator wrote a letter to family members, friends and other senators to express regret for his involvement in a 2004 plan against Russ Carnahan.
The Park Hills, Mo. woman was clocked going speeds up to 130 mph.
An ordinance that makes it illegal to solicit sex from someone of the same gender has been called unconstitutional by the city attorney.
The Missouri National Guard is using almost $3 million in stimulus money for 21 renovation projects at Camp Clark in Nevada, Mo., and other facilities.
Mark Cavendish of Great Britain prevailed in a sprint finish of a 75-mile circuit race that opened this year's Tour of Missouri on Monday in St. Louis.
Several groups and individuals are concerned about BNSF's proposed freight center project near Gardner because they say diesel emissions would increase air pollution in the area.
The Institute of Medicine will host a variety of medical professionals this week for a discussion about cancer and genes at the Washington University School of Medicine.
Business owners along the Katy Trail have seen an increase in traffic this year. More people are enjoying the trail than in past years, and the restaurants and gift shops along the route are reaping the results.
As enrollment grows, charter schools are finding ways to supplement public funds with private investors.
A dozen inmates from the Jefferson City Correctional Center helped create the site for the former prison, Missouri State Penitentiary, despite a lack of experience with the Internet.
Officials said the man didn't hear the train coming because he was wearing earphones.
Taylor Stadium is getting its first major renovation since 2000 in an effort to improve the player experience.