All of Columbia's representatives voted in favor of the bill providing $336 million. It now moves to the state Senate. If passed, the bill would fund a new building for Ellis Fischel Cancer Center and renovations to MU hospitals and clinics.
The Missouri Supreme Court granted a retrial Tuesday in the case of a state trooper who died in his Ford Crown Victoria after it exploded in a crash.
On Tuesday, a man being chased by the Missouri State Highway Patrol for making threats in an Osage County Courthouse shot himself after being ejected from his motorcycle, the Highway Patrol said.
The U.S. Labor Department gave Missouri more than $770,000 Tuesday as the final installment of a grant meant to help employees recently laid off by the auto industry. The grant, approved April 2008, amounts to just over $1.73 million.
The Missouri Supreme court set an execution date for Kenneth Baumruk who was convicted in a 1992 shooting rampage at the St. Louis County Courthouse.
The Decatur, Ill.-based company said its profit fell to $8 million, or a penny per share, in the three months ending March 31.
The blond toddler, about 3 feet tall and weighing 35 pounds, was wearing a dark blue shirt and a pull-up diaper when he left his rural southeast Missouri home Monday morning.
Investigators say that the Fenton man beat and fatally stabbed his neighbor before setting fire to the apartment building in an attempt to cover up the crime.
The Rev. Larry Rice said Monday he has made formal application to obtain the former federal building. Under federal law, an application to use a surplus federal building as a homeless shelter has priority over other potential uses.
Missouri health officials said Sunday that four more probable cases of swine flu have been identified in the Kansas City metropolitan area, bringing the total number of cases in Missouri residents to eight.
The system — modeled on Amber Alerts — notifies the public when cognitively impaired adults are missing, and it's already been adopted in Missouri and 14 other states. A measure to set up a national Silver Alert awaits approval by the U.S. Senate.
The Health Department is investigating four other cases.
The defense attorney in the MySpace case related to the suicide of Megan Meier of O'Fallon asked a Los Angeles judge for probation and a fine as punishment. The lawyer said the defendant cannot afford to pay a fine larger than $5,000.
The gang is also being investigated in connection with the disappearance of another man.
A tally of swine flu's impact and scope throughout the United States and the rest of the world.
A second case of swine flu in the Kansas City area was confirmed. The most recent victim is hospitalized in Nebraska.
Swine flu information from World Heath Organization; cases by country and state
The two probable cases — a father and son from Howard County — had recently traveled to Mexico and have been advised to stay home to avoid contact with others.
Adella Fae Patton, 47, of Monett, overdosed on medication at her home Friday after being found guilty of second-degree murder and armed criminal action Thursday. Patton was awaiting sentencing for killing Kevin L. Madison of Exeter in December 2005.