A St. Louis man was awarded $8.5 million in damages in 2005 after he contracted polio in 1987.
The 1139th Military Police Company of the Missouri National Guard helps the devastated town in Louisiana
Drilling in the river will help geology crews make decisions about the foundation and footing of the bridge.
The Republican gubernatorial candidate hopes to convince people to teach math and science with gradually increasing annual bonuses.
After years of financial problems, the Saint Louis Symphony will be able to use the gift to focus on its audience.
Investigators say the body might be that of John Dunivan, a former Butler Coutny clerk who was charged with child sodomy.
Nicholas Sheley is charged with murder in the death of 65-year-old Ronald Randall, the June deaths of a 93-year-old man in Sterling, Ill., and an Arkansas couple found dead in Jefferson County. Those cases are being tried separately.
The Missouri State Highway Patrol said Wednesday a passport and other evidence found at the scene indicate the body is likely that of John Dunivan, who went missing more than a year ago. Missouri authorities have sent forensic information to a Virginia medical examiner's office to try to confirm the identity and cause of death.
The vice presidential debate to be held at Washington University in October is creating a new buzz among people anxious to know more about Sarah Palin.
Guard troops deployed to help deal with Hurricane Gustav must find other ways to pass the time.
Republican Congressman Kenny Hulshof and Democratic Attorney General Jay Nixon both confirm they will participate in a 3:15 p.m. debate on Sept. 11.
Members of the Missouri National Guard were deployed to help in the hurricane-stricken region, while Anheuser-Busch distributed thousands of cans of drinking water.
Republican Congressman Kenny Hulshof and Democratic Attorney General Jay Nixon both confirm they will participate in a 3:15 p.m. debate on Sept. 11 at MU.
Attorney General and gubernatorial candidate Jay Nixon responds to complaints about automated calls that took place during the Aug. 5 primary
Two absentee and provisional ballots cast during August’s primary will be tallied after a lawsuit filed by a losing candidate in the Democratic attorney general race.
A state law that took effect on Thursday allows candidates to receive donations of unlimited size, but it requires that contributions of more than $5,000 be reported within 48 hours.
The secretary of state’s office last month announced that supporters of two proposed state constitutional amendments to limit the use of eminent domain had not collected enough signatures. The measure’s backers have sued to challenge that finding.
In the first few days since the limits were lifted, Hulshof reported receiving more than $1.2 million from contributors writing checks of between $5,000 and $600,000 a pop.
Many reiterated a common theme in backing Republicans' decision to postpone convention events in favor of focusing on aid to victims of Hurricane Gustav: Patriotism has no party.
David Byrn will serve as a judge in Missouri’s 16th Circuit, filling a vacancy created when Judge Thomas Clark resigned.