The annual Missouri Drug Policy Reform Conference was held at MU this weekend, giving advocates for the decriminalization of drugs an opportunity to share their stories and reasonings.
Missouri State University is offering a new program this fall, renewable until 2011 that will offer state residents who have lost their jobs a reduction in tuition. The amount they will save varies between campuses.
Thornton family refuses to let Brachial Plexus Palsy negatively impact 1-year-old daughter, Kennady. Family wants to spread word about the preventable nerve injury effecting 12,000 American babies per year.
Investigators suspect the stolen cattle are being sold in nearby states, where sellers only need to provide a name.
Lloyd Smith was named the director of the Missouri GOP after a long career of managing Missouri Republicans and their campaigns.
Mallory Rush threw acid during a 2006 fight that disfigured victims who were hit with the 'Liquird Fire,' according to a St. Louis jury. Rush faces a sentence of up to life in prison after being found guilty on three counts of first-degree assault and three counts of armed criminal action.
Sen. Claire McCaskill is saying the federal stimulus package will help Missouri's economy.
Jefferson County's sheriff's department says that Missouri has more than 20 percent of all meth lab incidents in 2008. Jefferson County recorded about 200 incidents, making it the most meth labs in Missouri during the same period.
The city of Springfield has been hit with about $12,000 in costs to deal with the effects of a virus that struck city government computers Feb. 2. It is also estimated that city employees have put in several hundred hours of overtime to deal with issue.
The applicants for the state's Western District Court of Appeals will come from the same group.
A Kansas City woman survived a gunshot after a bullet hit her car's headrest and then got tangled in her hair weave.
U.S. Rep. Roy Blunt became the first Republican to declare his candidacy for the Senate seat being vacated by Kit Bond in 2010.
The bill would provide tax credits to businesses that create new jobs under the Quality Jobs Act and double the cap on state tax credits.
Blunt said voting for him would give Republicans the best chance to pick up another seat and more effectively challenge the Democratic majority there. He said he will not neglect urban areas like St. Louis, where he made his announcement, which have been less emphasized by previous Republican officials.
Joshua Kezer, charged by Kenny Hulsolf with the murder of a 19-year-old college student 17 years ago, is freed thanks to the diligence of a small-town sheriff.
Blunt, a Republican, joins Secretary of State Robin Carnahan, a Democrat, as announced candidates for U.S. Senate seat. Republican Sen. Kit Bond said last month he will not seek reelection.
Blunt previously served as Missouri's secretary of state and also as House minority whip in the U.S. Congress. The only previously announced candidate for the U.S. Senate seat, currently held by Republican Kit Bond, is Secretary of State Robin Carnahan, a Democrat.
Southeast Missouri residents are said to all have power after a three-week-long outage following an ice storm in late January.
Other states that have banned the vaporizers say they are dangerous because users don't have time to feel the effects of the alcohol before it enters their bloodstream.
Two girls, aged 16 and 10, were relatives of one of the suspects. The younger of the two acquired two sexually transmitted diseases. The two men are each being held at $250,000 bond.