An Illinois judge revoked the bond for Olutosin Oduwole, who allegedly threatened a rampage on the Southern Illinois University campus, where he was a student.
By late Monday afternoon, police had no suspects in the shooting deaths of Tammy Cantrell, 44, and Mark Gerstner, 24.
After nearly a month of maintenance, AmerenUE's nuclear power plant was restarted Friday night.
A documentary about the World War II service of the 77th Evacuation Hospital, formed at the University of Kansas Medical Center, has been completed. The 72-minute film will be shown Tuesday, Veterans Day, in Kansas City, and several surviving members of the 77th are expected to attend.
Republican lawmakers are already shooting down Nixon's pledge to restore Medicaid cuts.
Scammers attempt to defraud phone call recipients by informing them a family member has been injured.
Volunteers gathered Saturday to piece together quilts from old, donated fabric. The annual event created more than 100 quilts.
In a sexual harassment lawsuit aginst TNT Logistics of North America, the Missouri Court of Appeals in Kansas City awarded Kendra Lynn $3.75 million in punitive damages from her former employer. The decision overturned an earlier damages ruling by a trial judge.
A 9-year-old boy is dead and his mother critically injured after a house fire in southwest Missouri.
"When I left KU and struck out to be an actor," Paul Rudd said, "one of things I always felt I had going for me was that I was from Kansas City. It's a place that's truly representative of the mood of the country."
The secretary of state's office said Friday the ballot initiative repealing the loss limits took effect the day of the election. That came as a surprise to the Missouri Gaming Commission — and to casinos.
The settlement is subject to approval, but it comes ahead of Wednesday's vote by shareholders on the $52 billion sale to InBev.
The nation's third-largest wireless provider told analysts it would try harder to win new customers, but it had "yet to turn the corner."
Burl Washington was convicted of illegally distributing prescription drugs, which led to the death of a Farmington man.
Robert Brodzin had pleaded guilty in August to mail fraud for stealing $828,000 from the hospital in suburban St. Louis.
The men failed to comply with provisions signed in June restricting sex offender contact with children on Halloween.
The men are accused of attacking a man because of his sexual orientation.
Former Vice President Al Gore's chief of staff, Charles Burson, will lead the team in charge of transitioning to Governor-elect Jay Nixon's administration.
Mayor Funkhouser has been holding meetings in his home since his wife was prevented from volunteering in his office.