The "tea party" is one of dozens across the country scheduled to occur around Wednesday's income tax deadline. They are modeled after the Boston Tea Party staged by American colonists against British taxes in 1773.
The Columbia Tomorrow project aims to provide a resource for Columbia residents to become informed about the city's future growth and changes.
The Missouri Supreme Court ruled against a sex offender's challenge of his psychological evaluation lablling him as a "sexually violent predator."
The National Transportation Safety Board requested the Federal Aviation Administration ban a type of light sport plane it said has broken apart mid-flight six times since 2006.
A funeral protest law has been temporarily barred in a Kansasy City suburb.
Three suspects were arrested after an attempt to steal a backhoe from a Kansas City construction site went awry.
The Kansas City-based company will cut between 550 and 750 jobs over the next six months, as it struggles with falling sales.
The men are opting for the lump sum payment of $850,000, giving them each a check for more than $300,000 after taxes.
Helen Stephens was a two-time gold medal winner who set records in the 100-meter dash and 400-meter relay in the 1936 Olympic games.
Lyda Krewson says she hopes the bill she plans to introduce will at least get dialogue started in the city about banning smoking in restaurants and businesses.
He plans to address the progress of the Economic Recovery Act and making college accessible.
Presumed lost for decades, Sturgeon Court of Common Pleas documents surfaced once more during the recent Boone County Courthouse remodel. The documents paint a lively picture of life in northern Boone County from 1860 to 1921.
Recently recovered court documents from Sturgeon will join the Missouri State Archives after they are organized and put onto microfilm. The archives are available in online databases and have tens of thousands of records, some dating back to 1770.
Charges were dropped against Missouri lawmakers Sen. Jeff Smith and Rep. Joe Aull, who were accused of presenting false identification at a Boonville casino.
Missouri lawmakers are using Twitter, a micro-blogging Web site, to keep their constituents updated on their political work. While it is gaining in popularity, some lawmakers do not wish to "tweet" about topics such as votes, debates and opinions of others.
About 100 of the rare birds are brought to Missouri each year, where conservationists hope to re-establish a stable population.
Authorities decided to drop charges against Missouri lawmakers Jeff Smith and Joe Aull in connection to misdemeanors for misusing casino-issued identification
Tornadoes, floods and fires serve as impetus for many to change the way their businesses operate.
Vice President Joe Biden to come to Missouri to discuss higher education costs and the Economic Recovery Act
In an effort to be more environmentally friendly, Lawrence Memorial Hospital says it will be the first hospital in the nation to sell water in paper cartons instead of plastic bottles.