Britain's Mark Cavendish, of Columbia-HTC, had won the first two stages but finished fifth.
The next step for the state is seeking $200 million in federal stimulus money to build 30 miles of truck-only lanes while finding funds for the rest of the project
Missouri kept its top grade for its outstanding debts, and is recognized for the state's conservative approach to assuming new debts.
The University of Missouri-Kansas City and Missouri State University signed an agreement Tuesday for UMKC to offer a satellite doctoral program in pharmacy at MSU.
The Missouri Automotive Jobs Task Force released a 27-page report with recommendations on how to improve Missouri's automotive industry.
Missouri House member Dennis Wood of Kimberling City will resign his House seat and start as Stone County Presiding Commissioner on Thursday.
Missouri is struggling to find funds for the multi-billion dollar project. The state plans to seek part of the funding from federal stimulus money.
Tommy Sowers, a former Army Special Forces officer, will face 13-year incumbent Rep. Jo Ann Emerson for the southeast Missouri congressional seat.
Cole County Circuit Judge Jon Beetem issued an injuction Wednesday that prohibits the firing of the three administrative law judges who were laid off because of budget cuts.
Residents of Appalachia express skepticism of president's plan and say they're still unsure exactly what he wants to do.
A yellow Labrador mix, named Bullet, is recovering after being shot four times.
Pantaleone Salvatore Salinas pleaded guilty to second-degree murder and armed criminal action charges on Tuesday for the murder of ReneeZeman of St. James.
The task force recommended that Missouri provide skilled workers for companies looking to build electric or gas-electric hybrid vehicles.
Privacy watchdogs are worried about how marketers compile data about people on the Internet. Rep. Rick Boucher, D-Va., is drafting a bill to address the problem.
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.