The St. Louis caretaker was indicted on charges of mail fraud, unauthorized credit card use and theft of government money. He pleaded not guilty.
Lover's Leap, a 200-foot-tall bluff overlooking the Lake of the Ozarks, will be closed to visitors if they don't start picking up their trash, owners say.
While federal legislation remains in committee, Missouri has moved into the forefront of efforts to enact a consumption tax. A national group promoting a federal consumption tax will hold a rally from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturday at the Boone County Fairgrounds that's attracting national attention.
Gov. Jay Nixon signed a measure to use federal money to give Missourians up to 20 additional weeks of jobless benefits.
The shells were found by a Bonne Terre resident while he was cleaning a house.
The U.S. plans to spend $50 million on fish food to help the aquaulture industry. Missouri's share is $500,000.
The new budget will take effect July 1. Linda Luebbering, Gov. Jay Nixon's budget director, said the cuts are needed because of sagging revenue.
Sprint is selling these parts because of a lawsuit made by Sprint affiliate iPCS. iPCS said Sprint's purchase of Nextel Communications Inc. was a violation of an exclusity agreement between the companies.
A law that takes effect July 1 will require drivers with two or more DWI convictions to install an ignition device to prevent repeat offenders.
Bill Stine has lived in many places and met many people during his life, including Charlton Heston and Burl Ives. His journey has since taken him full circle, and he now lives in Jefferson City, where he was born.
A former state department official for President George W. Bush said Thursday he will not seek the seat soon to be vacated by longtime Missouri Sen. Kit Bond.
Although Missouri ranks in the middle for most educational categories, it is near the bottom nationally in providing funding for public colleges and universities.
Two Missouri representatives sponsored a constitutional amendment to protect the U.S. flag. The proposal coincides with Sunday's observance of Flag Day.
Crews from several conservation departments released about 550 pallid sturgeon into the Missouri River on Wednesday. The fish have been on the endangered species list since 1990.
The Missouri Department of Insurance barred a Chicago-based auto insurer because of numerous consumer complaints.
In preparation for the fall flu season, Missouri health officials are using summer to learn more about the swine flu virus.
Last year's flood and this spring's wet weather have delayed the opening of Mill Creek Park on Table Rock Lake.
For the first time in 41 years, WHO has declared a global flu epidemic. The organization is hoping the announcement will push drugmakers to ramp up production of a swine flu vaccine, and goverments will increase efforts to contain the virus.
James von Brunn, an 88-year-old white supremacist, has been charged with murder for killing a security guard at the U.S. Holocaust Memorial Museum. Von Brunn was also charged for killing in the course of possessing a firearm at a federal facility, and hate crime charges are possible.
The Missouri city is one of three locations in the U.S. expected to receive the money over a two-year period.