A supply company is recalling school supplies with logos similar to President Barack Obama's campaign because of complaints from Missouri schools.
A man who, in a muder-for-hire scheme killed a man and paralyzed the woman who hired him, was sentenced to life in prison.
In early 2010, the Department of Natural Resources will begin offering rebates for purchases on certain Energy Star appliances as part of the federal American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009.
Donny J. Stout, accused of molestation and sexual misconduct, had a hearing to determine whether a warrant should be used in the case against him as evidence. The defense argued on Thursday that the warrant was based on hearsay.
Missouri House member Jeff Roorda, D-Barnhart, has filed legislation to make forging urine and other body fluid samples a felony. There are various products that promise to help people pass drug and alcohol screenings.
The Communications Workers of America Local 6355 planned to rally Friday to demand the leaky roof on a state office building be replaced because it has created a mold outbreak, which poses dangers to workers and clients.
Mikal Muhammad, 27, of St. Louis was convicted Thursday of robbery, burglary, felonious restraint and armed criminal action after using the defense his developing career as a rapper gave him no reason to commit such crimes. His rap name is "Gube Thug."
Thirty-one people were arrested after a seven-month investigation into drug sales by Sedalia police and the Missouri State Highway Patrol. The investigation began after complaints from Sedalia residents about drug buys on the streets.
Former Truman State University president wrote one report during her year as the university's consultant.
Route 79 in northeast Missouri closed two weeks ago for the second time in 19 months after a shifting hillside caused the road to collapse. The Missouri Department of Transportation has outlined options to fix the problem.
St. Louis County prosecutor Bob McCulloch said he will seek the death penalty against Todd Shepard, who is charged with first-degree murder and armed criminal action in the death of University City Sgt. Michael King on Halloween 2008.
A state lawmaker filed a bill that would extend the current texting ban from drivers under 21 to everyone.
Columbia's Rep. Chris Kelly will serve on the Budget and Judiciary committees but will no longer be the ranking Democrat on the former.
Gov. Nixon's office announced that Missouri will receive a $1.5 million grant to get information on Internet lines in the state.
Cattle theft has risen over the past two years, according to the president of the Missouri Cattleman's Association. New legislation and the reinstatement of a livestock protection task force, however, has helped decrease theft in recent months.
Legislation similar to that brought before the General Assembly last year, aimed at making insurance companies cover an autism treatment, will come before the body in January.
One thousand people endured a cold December morning in Springfield to see Sarah Palin and get an autographed copy of her memoir, "Going Rogue."
Missouri Department of Natural Resources is accepting grant applications through Jan. 15.
The Missouri Department of Corrections says the contracts to 36 nonprofit groups will support efforts to help former inmates avoid re-offending and make the transition to the work force.
University of Missouri System President Gary Forsee has ties to businesses that oppose the legislation and others that could benefit from it.