Millvina Dean and her family were traveling steerage on the Titanic, with plans to settle in Kansas City, when the liner sank.
The curator of the Kansas City museum will join the art center in central Kansas in July as executive director/curator.
The Nobel laureate is awaiting closing arguments in a trial that could put her in prison for five years for having John W. Yettaw in her house.
Kansas City businesses have been waiting for the sold-out annual rock concert Rockfest, which will showcase 15 bands, including Buckcherry, Korn and Drowning Pool.
Despite criticism, KC mayor Funkhouser remains in office after a petition for recall falls 129 signatures short of the needed number to remove him from office.
After seven alcohol-related offenses, Anthony Roberson is given the maximum sentence.
A man accused of killing his wife and daughter nearly 23 years ago in Richmond pleaded not guilty to two counts of first-degree murder Wednesday.
They say it would help protect the monument and National World War I museum from vandals and terrorists. But some Park Department officials think it's a bad idea and scoff at the thought that a fence would stop terrorists.
Curious residents can participate in a lock-in fundraiser to see the new building. The new jail impressed law enforcement with its extended capacities.
A tannery in St. Joseph allegedly distributed a fertilizer to farmers containing a known carcinogen.
House Speaker Ron Richard said he plans on creating an interim panel to decide how to expand insurance coverage for autistic children. The panel would draft a bill to be filed Dec. 1 for the 2010 legislative session.
Researchers at St. Louis University are figuring out whether a tuberculosis vaccine can be made more effective by giving it to patients in different ways.
Last month, the sale and planting of the genetically engineered corn was banned after Agriculture Minister Isle Aigner cited a study that the corn poses an environmental danger.
Detained pro-democracy leader Aung San Suu Kyi needs medical attention in the Myanmar prison where she is being held, her party said Friday, while closing arguments in her trial were delayed until the end of next week. Her defense team admitted that John W. Yettaw, a Missouri man, swam to her home but argued it was the goverment guards' duty to prevent intruders.
More than 100 northwest Missouri farmers who lost money to a Gallatin grain elevator will receive about 12 cents on the dollar under a state Department of Agriculture proposal.
A master plan for Old Town Cape has been approved by a board of directors, but still needs approval from several other organizations. The plan targets three sections of the city for potential redevelopment.
Gov. Jay Nixon intends to give tractor parades the go-ahead by signing a new bill.
Sgt. Paul Faris Brooks died in Iraq on May 21 and will be buried in Springfield on Saturday.
The Missouri Foundation for Health has launched a campaign to try to reduce the number of smokers in the state.
New cases of whooping cough have been found and others are being investigated in Jasper County.