Bates County rancher David Cook disappeared in mid-November. As his cattle were auctioned off, his family and friends continued to search for answers.
The man, described as a model prisoner, went out to empty the trash and didn't come back.
A natural gas leak is the suspected cause of the explosion on Friday night.
The man was working at a car dealership in north St. Louis County.
A 73-year-old woman was identified as the driver of a van heading the wrong way on Interstate 44 until it collided head-on with a pickup truck, killing both drivers. The accident happened on Christmas Day.
The plants are in 14 states, including Missouri, and the suspension caused beef and pork futures to drop in trading in Chicago.
The warbler's numbers have plunged 70 percent in the past four decades, which is why wildlife watchers are applauding the acquisition of 80 acres of prime breeding ground.
The accident occurred Thursday afternoon about 50 miles southwest of St. Louis.
The museum at the Liberty Memorial has attracted rave reviews and more visitors than projected in its first two years. And thanks to a Kauffman Legacy Fund grant, finances are in better shape than expected. Now officials are working on a better business plan.
The call came after Maj. Gen. King Sidwell, who has applied to Jay Nixon to be reappointed, was accused of discriminating against women and blacks.
The city said it will need help covering the costs that FEMA won't cover.
The city is planning a Remembering Ceremony on Feb. 7 to honor the five city officials and police officers killed by Charles "Cookie" Thornton.
The event, set for Oct. 3, will run from Miami, Okla., through southeast Kansas into Missouri.
One unexpected event followed another -- right to the end of the year.
The unit is a pilot program developed through a partnership of the National Guard Bureau, the University of Missouri and the Missouri Farm Bureau. The 47 soldiers arrived Wednesday in Springfield.
Democrat Sara Lampe says she won't let her minority party status get in the way of seeking more money for various education initiatives, or working against a vouchers push.
Mrs. Litton was the mother of Jerry Litton, a popular Democratic congressman from northwest Missouri who died in a plane crash in 1976 after he won his party's senatorial primary.
A brake cables plant in northeast Missouri is closing by the end of the year. A representative for DURA says the company plans to close a plant in Hannibal.
Gov. Matt Blunt pardons four people convicted of stealing offenses.
An anonymous donation from a Denver family will give a southeast Missouri man awaiting a transplant the opportunity to buy Christmas presents for his wife and six children.