The passenger train service managed to imporve it's on-time arrivals between St. Louis and Kansas City drastically thanks to additional track and new fines for railroad companies for trains routinely being late.
The American Civil LIberties Union filed the suit on behalf of a political activist who was detained for not answering the security officials' questions about $4,700 he was carrying. The suit claims that the activist didn't have to reveal the source of the money.
The National Park Service is considering four development proposals that will determine what new restrictions, if any, will be enforced in the Ozark National Scenic Riverways national park.
The fund performed above the average of the market, which allows the system to award bonuses. The bonuses were about $460,000 total.
The Missouri State Highway Patrol will be looking into whether the offenders are violating parole by using the social networking site MySpace.
The deal requires the team to hold its summer camp in Missouri for at least 10 years, or else pay the state penalties.
The Missouri Department of Health and Senior Services has launched its Environmental Health Tracking Network Portal.
Two propane gas companies sued by consumers who are complaining that the company cut back on the amount of propane in canisters while still charging the same price. The cost has since dropped, but the cutback on fuel in the tanks continues.
Heat indexes could exceed 100 degrees this week, so the Humane Society is offering tips to keep pets safe.
After a Michigan man attempted to rob an Illinois woman at gunpoint, she called 911 and led the unsuspecting man to the sheriff's department, the authorities said.
The state Supreme Court's ruling requires all sex offenders register for their crimes, including those committed before the registry's creation in 1995.
Ameren Corp took its first step toward diversifying its fuel mix Thursday by signing an agreement to buy 102 megawatts of wind power from phase II of Horizon Wind Energy's Pioneer Prairie Wind Farm in Iowa.
Hershel Knuckles struck a low-hanging tree branch while boating on Saturday. He underwent surgery and has since been released from Saint Francis Medical Center in Cape Girardeau.
Strong storms tore through the Midwest Wednesday, bringing tornadoes and flooding with them.
Missouri-based electric cooperatives and the Missouri Department of Transportation will use the money for projects including debris removal and repairing electrical transmission systems damaged by winter storms in late January.
The automaker will restart operations at 7 plants on June 29 after they were shut down in May when the company entered Chapter 11 bankruptcy.
The Missouri Republican Party filed complaints claiming Democratic U.S. Senate candidate Robin Carnahan failed to include her husband's business on financial disclosure statements.
Despite a crisis in public defender funding and controversy regarding Missouri's method of selecting judges, outgoing Supreme Court Chief Justice Laura Denvir Stith sees certain successes.
The proposal comes in the wake of the failure of a measure that would have paid for $700 million in college and university improvements by issuing bonds.
State Sen. Kurt Schaefer said he has heard from from "several people in positions to know" that the governor will veto funding for the hospital.