The helicopter landed in a field after a run-in with birds caused a broken window.
The former state representative from southest Missouri died of cancer.
Former Sen. Jim Talent supports a new bill to mandate security standards at American labs housing the world's most dangerous germs.
A memorial service is scheduled at the Capitol this morning to remember September 11, 2001.
The St. Louis County Department of Health said employers should begin preparing for flu season, which could result in many workers out sick.
Robbie Millsaps is charged with one count of second-degree statutory sodomy after allegedly having sex with a high school student who was a potential recruit.
Money magazine named Cape Girardeau the 24th-best community in which to retire.
Joseph Seper is accused of altering a report to more directly link a suspect to a weapon during a drive-by shooting.
Just hours before the fourth stage began, Team Columbia-HTC announced the withdrawal of former leader Mark Cavendish from the competition.
Former Missouri Sen. Chuck Graham is fighting in favor of home care unions. Integrity Home Care filed a lawsuit to stop the unionization of home-care workers.
The number of Missouri residents without health insurance rose in 2008, according to U.S. Census Bureau figures.
Excessive speed and wet conditions may have contributed to the crash, according to Hollister police.
Leonard Rhomberg began working at Missouri's first McDonalds the year after it opened.
The widow of a young soldier who died during basic training at Fort Leonard Wood in April is dead after a car crash. She is survived by their son.
The inn, on the TransAmerica Trail bicycle route, has 14 bunk beds in three bedrooms, a bathroom, kitchen and laundry room.
The patrol reported 23 drownings so far this year, compared with 42 at the same point in each of the past two years.
Nicholas T. Proffit, 32, was sentenced on two counts of property damage under Missouri's hate crimes law.
Monsanto plans to cut staff by 8 percent, double than what it said it would cut in June.
The rate decrease, released by RealtyTrac, puts the state far below the national average with a 31st-place ranking.
Only one sample showed a high level of E. coli out of 50 samples that were taken this week.