JEFFERSON CITY — Next Tuesday's tax deadline may not be the end of the paperwork for thousands of Missouri workers who live elsewhere.
Their choices are a veteran city councilman, seen by some as part of the old guard, and three write-in candidates.
KANSAS CITY — Republican presidential candidate John McCain said today that calls from his Democratic rivals to withdraw U.S. forces from Iraq stand as a "failure of leadership" as they are making promises they cannot keep.
JEFFERSON CITY — Missouri Republican Party spokesman Paul Sloca says he decided to step down because he was ready for a change.
The city’s been pumping a biodiesel blend into its fleet of diesel vehicles for the past six years.
On Tuesday, the Missouri House Public Safety Committee discussed the bill that would create a death penalty commission and impose a moratorium.
KANSAS CITY — A Missouri appeals court says the state can't require people convicted of sex crimes before 1995 to provide information for the state sex offender registry.
JEFFERSON CITY — State senators gave quick preliminary approval today to legislation cracking down on illegal immigrants and those who hire them.
ST. LOUIS — Some Missouri communities may see minor to moderate flooding this week in the wake of drenching storms, the National Weather Service said today, even as forecasts are calling for more rain.
The document is one of few outside the official reports from their exploration of the American West from 1804 to 1806.
Farmers in southeast Missouri are trying to gauge what sort of growing season they'll have after recent flooding and heavy rains.
Dishes, candlesticks, ink wells and dozens of other objects made at Tom and Patricia Hooper’s ASL Pewter company in downtown Louisiana are being used in the miniseries “John Adams” on HBO.
Tuesday was the deadline in Missouri for candidates to file for the Aug. 5 primary elections; the general election will be Nov. 4.
Legislation pending in the Missouri General Assembly could repeal a law that lowered the requirements for incorporating villages.
If the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers follows through with its plan, officials would release extra water into the river from Gavins Point Dam in South Dakota over a two-day period in an attempt to encourage spawning of the pallid sturgeon, an endangered species.
A week after the rains came to Missouri, causing floods that killed five and forcing thousands from their homes, life is slowly returning to normal in most locations.
A Missouri family is left to clean up after floodwaters have receded.
When it comes to protecting reporters’ notes and sources, legislative support dries up.
The Missouri National Guard sent off 1,076 soldiers to participate in the NATO peacekeeping force in Kosovo with a ceremony Saturday morning at the Hearnes Center.