The two most recent record-size fish were a shorthead redhorse caught at Truman Lake and a smallmouth buffalo caught by a bowfisher at the Duck Creek Conservation Area.
The $9.6 million in Community Development Block Grants will be used for projects involving flood and tornado damage.
Missouri University of Science and Technology is overseeing a federal initiative that involves placing 40 seismic monitors around Missouri and Iowa.
A Poplar Bluff teen was arrested on suspicion of lighting another boy on fire. The injured boy was in good condition at a St. Louis-area hospital.
The National Park Service will offer $3 discounts on visits to the Arch and related destinations this weekend.
The Missouri Department of Natural Resources wants the city of Sedalia to fix its problems with sewer overflow. The town has seven years to do so.
A separate storm system that cut a wide swath across Kansas, Nebraska and Missouri knocked out power, damaged buildings and led to flash flooding. The National Weather Service said that two tornadoes that touched down in central and western Nebraska caused little damage.
Blue Springs canceled its annual free fireworks show to save money, but residents will still be able to see free displays in neighboring communities.
The U.S. House declared the Winston Churchill museum on Westminster College's campus in Fulton to be "America's National Churchill Museum."
The database, which is a compilation of more than 10,000 complaints since 2006, grades companies based on the number of complaints and allows users to search the list of customer troubles.
Missouri is one of only five states where higher learning gains for charter school students are significantly higher, according to the national study.
St. Louis' city animal shelter will benefit from a major corporate gift of time, talent and funds aimed at sprucing up its building and grounds.
A Rogersville man refered to as the "plaid shirt robber" was sentenced to 20 years in prison for a West Virginia bank robbery.
The fire that destroyed eight vacation condominiums on the Lake of the Ozarks is believed to have been started by a lightning strike.
Lambert follows several other airports that have created pet-rest areas, Lambert spokesman Jeff Lea said.
He was charged with second-degree murder and armed criminal action in the woman's death, which occurred in 2007 at a Springfield homeless camp.
Sally Qing Miller and her husband, Stephen, pleaded guilty to charges of selling pet food ingredients tainted with a potentially fatal chemical, melamine.
The century-old immigration documents will be stored in limestone caves in Lee's Summit and will be open to the public.
The health summit is designed to increase diversity in the state's health care industry.
Rep. Allen Icet announced his 2010 challenge to Democratic Auditor Susan Montee and hopes to get the Republican Party's support to avoid a primary.