Robert Henderson of Grandview admitted in federal court on Wednesday that he illegally recorded several movies at a Lee's Summit theater, then offered them for sale. Stephen Garrett of Kansas City admitted that he made thousands of illegal copies of movies and music CDs on computers in his basement, then offered them for sale.
The Department of Health and Senior Services said that as of Tuesday, about 17,000 doses of aerosol mist vaccine had arrived in the state.
Because of increased competition with its agricultural chemical division, Monsanto Co. focuses on its seed business after its fourth quarter losses widen.
Anheuser-Busch InBev will sell its 10 theme parks, including SeaWorlds and Busch Gardens, to a private firm – to help pay for InBev's takeover of Anheuser-Busch last year.
H1N1 vaccinations have been administered to a number of health care workers in Indiana, Illinois and Tennessee who have been working closely with patients with flu-like symptoms. Officials expect the H1N1 vaccine to be available for the public in mid-October, when at least 40 million doses of the vaccine will have been produced.
Court records show that nine people were suspected of being involved in the robbery plot.
Mark Templeton, director of the Missouri Department of Natural Resources, told Senate investigators that delaying the release of high E. coli test results didn't endanger public health.
U.S. Commerce Secretary Gary Locke emphasized the importance of clean energy industries at a meeting of the Midwestern Governors Association.
The virtual roundtable meeting on financial aid with UM System President Gary Forsee and other administrators will be the first high-profile use of the system since it was formally introduced last month.
In a secret ballot Monday, 21 of 26 members of the faculty senate of Missouri Southern State University approved the no-confidence vote.
The Missouri Department of Transportation says I-70 is a good example of a road that has gone through its life cycle and now needs to be replaced.
Alden will serve as president of the Division 1A Athletic Directors' Association through September 2010.
According to the Cole County Sheriff's Office, 19-year-old Lamar Gardner died Monday night from wounds allegedly inflicted by his accomplice during the robbery.
State revenue collections decreased by 10 percent in the first quarter of the current fiscal year as compared to the same three months last year. Additional money is expected to be withheld by Gov. Jay Nixon to compensate for the loss.
As the first H1N1 vaccine arrives in Missouri this week, the state's Health Department is leaving it up to local health agencies to decide who will and who will not receive the medicine.
The Energy Information Administration said Tuesday it projects lower fuel costs, and expectations of a milder winter will further reduce the cost to heat homes this year.
U.S. Sen Claire McCaskill, D-Mo., said Tuesday that she plans to introduce legislation that would create more consumer protections for seniors with reverse mortgages, which allow people to convert their home equity into cash.
Thirteen rapes near Kansas State University and the University of Kansas since 2000 have been linked to one person, and most have taken place during school breaks.
The Kansas City-based company will collect data on the flu strain for federal and state health agencies, U.S. Health and Human Services Secretary Kathleen Sebelius announced Tuesday. She said this will allow the government to deploy resources more strategically.
Levi King was sentenced Tuesday after pleading guilty last month for the murders he committed in 2005 near the town of Pampa.