Dennis Skillicorn is set to die Aug. 27 for the 1994 murder of Richard Drummond — the first execution in Missouri in nearly three years.
The tests into the long-closed Rockwool Industries fiber insulation plant in Cameron are part of an investigation into a high number of brain tumors among area residents.
But Boeing's supporters still say the competition for the Pentagon contract is still tilted in its rival's favor.
Hundreds of farmers had sought to consolidate their lawsuits against Bayer CropScience over the accidental release of experimental genetically engineered rice into the food supply.
Workers are angered by Chrysler's plan to close a minivan plant in Fenton on Oct. 31 and to remove a shift from a separate Fenton truck plant in September.
A Colorado teenager drowned Tuesday, but his body wasn't found until two days later.
The girl was riding on the back of the vehicle, which was driven by a 15-year-old girl, the Jefferson County sheriff said.
The clinic will open in September and serve 900 existing patients and 3,900 new patients.
The 17-member group will look into the resources available for children in foster care as they approach their 18th birthdays.
Dennis Skillicorn is scheduled to be executed Aug. 27, but clergy members urged the governor to reduce his sentence to life in prison without parole.
Many of them were emaciated, injured and suffering from mange and parasites. Six children were removed from the property a week earlier.
It's the company at the center of the scandal that led to the retirement of the police chief.
The latest figures from the Missouri Gaming Commission show that overall casino gambling revenue rose 7 percent in July to $146.9 million, up from $136.9 million in July 2007.
The college in Canton has built in three-week windows in its fall and spring semesters to give students more opportunities for field trips, study abroad and internships.
Town and Country had been the site of an accident in July that killed three people. There were reports that distraction from a cell phone had been a cause of the accident.
Citizen volunteers watch traffic on selected streets and try to catch the plate numbers of drivers ignoring the speed limit.
St. Louis police say the theft happened about 1:30 Tuesday morning.
Pyschology professors C. Keith Haddock and Walker S. Carlos Poston II had been accused them of groping, fondling and subjecting women to explicit sexual conversations in UMKC's psychology lab. And the university had been sued for not responding in a timely way to complaints.