A pilot died in Tuesday's crash on his way home to Alaska by way of Kansas.
In an effort to attract seniors to the idea of a health care reform, Democrats are prodding AARP to support their cause.
The Republican from Napton says veteran Rep. Ike Skelton has recently become more liberal, belying his reputation as a conservative Democrat.
Orlando Hadley, 40 of St. Louis county, is facing charges for six counts of recklessly risking infection of another with HIV.
The teenager, who weighed 383 pounds, collapsed and died during football practice in August.
The motorcyclist ran a stop sign and was hit by a truck. Police said they were trying to stop him for a traffic violation.
The Black and Gold Game will be held on 8 p.m. Oct. 23 at Mizzou Arena. The event will kick off homecoming weekend festivities.
Kyle Zumbrunn, 26, of the Weston Police Department was arrested on suspicion of selling a controlled substance within 1,000 feet of a school.
John Prather, president of the Air Line Pilots Association, said regional airlines are jeopardizing the safety of passengers by making pilots fly when they are sick or tired and by punishing them when they report maintenance problems with planes.
The Missouri man is charged with misdemeanors that could put him in jail for 10 years. Troopers say his inattention caused the crash.
Federal prosecutors say an investigation found that people involved in the white supremacist movement in the U.S. met for survival training at Robert N. Joos' property in McDonald County.
MSU's Entrepreneurship and Business Development Center will be located in downtown Springfield. Officials said project was made possible because of stimulus money.
The featured cold case, featured on the Saturday night episode, involves the murder of Sherri Ann Scherer and her 12-year-old daughter, Megan Elizabeth. Their bodies were found in March 1998 at their home.
Home heating fuel prices have decreased from last year, which could lead to savings in heating bills for customers who use natural gas in their homes. But the Columbia City Council is scheduled to vote on a 5 percent increase in electricity costs.
The monument honors those who died in the 1864 battle following the Centralia Massacre.
Officials expect the vaccine to be among those released this fall to better protect people against the H1N1 flu.
Democratic leaders sent a letter to Gov. Jay Nixon Tuesday asking him to continue state funding for the Tour of Missouri.
Due to a lack of educational and performing space, MU is looking at building a performing arts center on the corner of Hitt Street and University Avenue.
JCTV is inviting submissions of amateur film, animation or any other kind of independently produced video.
The judiciary plans to use the study to evaluate the effectiveness of existing methods of dealing with juvenile defendants.