Margaret Donnelly, who lost the Democratic primary by fewer than 800 votes to Chris Koster, plans to ask for a recount after the election results are certified.
Racing boosters have a long way to go if they hope to reintroduce parimutuel betting and revive the state's long-dormant horse racing industry.
The survey also found that nearly 40 percent between 14 and 25 gamble for something of value.
Wesa-A-Geh-Ya in Warren County is shutting down in the wake of a tiger attack earlier this month that cost an employee part of his leg.
The group, which circulated petitions to restrict eminent domain, is arguing that the secretary of state wrongly invalidated thousands of signatures on those petitions.
The two lawsuits contend the measure violates the Missouri Constitution's prohibition against petitions dealing with more than one subject.
She is 5-year-old Griffin Calvert of Hillsboro.
The company will buy back $8.5 billion in auction-rate securities nationwide, ending the "nightmare" for thousands of investors who had money tied up in the securities, Robin Carnahan said.
Dennis Skillicorn is set to die Aug. 27 for the 1994 murder of Richard Drummond — the first execution in Missouri in nearly three years.
The tests into the long-closed Rockwool Industries fiber insulation plant in Cameron are part of an investigation into a high number of brain tumors among area residents.
But Boeing's supporters still say the competition for the Pentagon contract is still tilted in its rival's favor.
Hundreds of farmers had sought to consolidate their lawsuits against Bayer CropScience over the accidental release of experimental genetically engineered rice into the food supply.
Workers are angered by Chrysler's plan to close a minivan plant in Fenton on Oct. 31 and to remove a shift from a separate Fenton truck plant in September.
A Colorado teenager drowned Tuesday, but his body wasn't found until two days later.
The girl was riding on the back of the vehicle, which was driven by a 15-year-old girl, the Jefferson County sheriff said.
The clinic will open in September and serve 900 existing patients and 3,900 new patients.
The 17-member group will look into the resources available for children in foster care as they approach their 18th birthdays.