The bullet hole was discovered Tuesday in the Common Pleas Courthouse on the upper floor. No one was hurt.
Three to four inches of rain fell in about 40 minutes, causing creeks to overflow and leaving water standing on many streets.
The jump to 150 workers would make it one of the largest Democratic campaign efforts in the state's history, but the McCain campaign said this just shows how desperate Obama's people are.
Kansas City police have identified a 55-year-old gunman, Reginald McGee, whom officers fatally shot after he allegedly fired a rifle at passing vehicles in Swope Park.
Police said the man wrecked his car in Swope Park, pulled out a rifle and began firing at vehicles. He hit three before he was shot.
The Republican candidate talked about restrictions to lawsuits, restricting payments from the workers’ compensation, adding quality jobs, aiding advanced technology companies and making Missouri a distribution hub.
Because of cell phone tower power loss during Hurricane Katrina and other natural disasters, the FCC proposed that all cell towers have a minimum of eight hours of backup power. But cell phone companies say the proposed backup power regulations would cost too much.
Koster, who is running for state attorney general, said his staff has acted within campaign finance laws, but e-mail records provided to The Associated Press indicate that campaign workers coordinated large transfers of money.
The society has assisted more than 3,000 animals so far this year. The group has also helped about 300 animals in Iowa during recent flooding.
Daniel Travis Phillips is accused of making threatening calls to women in several states, including Missouri.
The opportunity to have a second chance to win the contract would be welcome news to thousands of Boeing workers in Missouri, Kansas and Washington state.
The Missouri Department of Transportation has identified dozens of major road and bridge projects to be completed as part of a potential 20-year plan. Transportation officials don’t call it a wish list. They describe it as a need list.
Michael Chertoff got a look at flood-damaged areas and was updated on recovery efforts.
InBev said it was taking action with the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission because Anheuser-Busch has refused to talk about InBev’s $65 per share offer for the company.
Among other changes, the new legislation requires that applicants for public benefits prove they are legally in the country. Lawmakers passed the bill on the final day of their annual session under a threat from Blunt that he would call a special session if no bill were passed.
The Survivors Network of those Abused by Priests says priests sexually preyed upon six boys at parishes and grade schools from the late ’60s to the late 1980s.
A maintenance issue caused the senator’s plane to make an unscheduled stop while en route from Chicago to Charlotte, N.C.
The bill would impose new restrictions on illegal immigrants and new requirements on the businesses that employ them.
Rural America continues to be fertile ground for military recruiters as young people continue to see the armed forces as a way to escape poverty or lack of opportunity in their hometowns, according to an analysis by the Department of Defense data by the St. Louis Post-Dispatch.
Flooding had forced the Army Corps of Engineers to close them last month.