Presiding Bishop Katherine Jefferts Schori visited the Kansas City area this past weekend and said a crucial part of preaching the gospel includes having church members ensure that the U.S. government make good its promises to provide financial help to Third World countries.
Secretary of State candidate Hubbard's fight against a 2006 amendment on stem cell research sparked his interest in becoming secretary of state.
Denise Neely, who is running for secretary of state, is an organized candidate who wants to provide more information to the public, said Donna Ivanovich, Missouri Constitution Party chairwoman.
Wes Upchurch, 21, is the Libertarian candidate for secretary of state.
Robin Carnahan belongs to the fifth generation of her family involved in politics. She's running for a second term as Missouri secretary of state.
Proponents of the Missouri constitutional amendment call it benign; opponents call it unwelcoming to immigrants.
The proposition also would increase amount casinos pay to government.
Opponents of Proposition B say it's a misguided move toward creating a union.
The ballot measure would set renewable energy standards for those operating in Missouri.
Local entities could apply for grants and loans to improve infrastructure.
The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency has given Snyder Construction Co. of Joplin a second contract to continue the cleanup of mine wastes in portions of Carterville and Webb City. Snyder Construction has already cleaned up 75 acres of former mining land along old Route 66 between Carterville and Webb City.
Walter W. Chapman, 73, and Kay Chapman, 71, both of Bowling Green, died Saturday morning in a two-vehicle accident on U.S. 54 near Scott's Corner in Audrain County.
The declining price of commodities means customers of the Kansas City-based utility Missouri Gas Energy can expect a lower price tag for heating this winter.
According to Kansas City Police, a pedestrian was killed by a train on a railroad overpass Saturday afternoon.
Carol Shepley's new book on Bellefontaine Cemetery in St. Louis uncovers the lives of some of the more scandolous deceased.
A man who lives alone in a sparsely furnished home near Cedar Hill will make one of the largest land donations in Missouri history when he dies.
Republican vice presidential candidate, Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin, swung through southern Missouri Friday, speaking to an estimated 20,000 supporters, according to the Springfield News-Leader.
The new $70 million courthouse will be built on the site of the old Missouri State Penitentiary in Jefferson City.
A case of alleged police brutality brought before a U.S. district judge has raised concerns that police brutality is more widespread — and more overlooked — in St. Louis than is currently reported.
The disputed ad says an airstrip on Graves' property was renovated with taxpayers' money.