Starting Monday, the Detroit News and the Detroit Free Press will deliver papers on Thursdays, Fridays and Sundays but make slimmer issues available in news racks the other days of the week. The papers are two of more than 80 papers — including the Missourian — that have cut issues.
A bill for early voting won't pass the state Senate without Democrats approving state-issued photo IDs for voting, Republican lawmakers say.
The Daily American Republic in Poplar Bluff reported that jurors met for several hours Saturday before announcing that they couldn't agree on the penalty for the man convicted of shooting a Missouri state trooper to death.
But the Synod will not sell its AM station, which broadcasts religious programming.
Ice and snow forced the closure of the airport at around 2 p.m. Saturday. It reopened at about 3:30.
The state and the province are suing over different issues.
The Red River is more than 22 feet above flood stage at Fargo.
The 16-year-old was an unpaid intern at Branson Interactive Zoo and Aquarium when the incident occurred.
The new water plan would involve assessing population growth and future demand statewide, determining water-supply capacity for reservoirs, and assigning priorities for water supply in different regions of the state. Missouri last updated its water plan in 2002.
John Haltom, who owns sex shops in Missouri and other states, says he should be eligible to run for City Council in Lincoln, Neb. The county's election is against it, arguing that he has a felony conviction.
House budget leaders are putting together the special spending packing. Some decisions have been made, but not all.
The courtroom battle illustrated how complicated it has become to pursue ballot initiatives in Missouri.
The Revenue Department says of the 1.6 million tax returns received, just 7,100 have not been processed.
Several companies have already signed letters of intent to buy the vehicles.
The prosecution said the trooper, Sgt. Carl Dewayne Graham Jr., was killed because he was investigating a fatal hit-and-run accident. The man he was focusing on, Lance Shockley, was the man accused of shooting him in the back.
A federal appeals court upheld a lower court's ruling that state-issued license plates are constituted private speech and cannot be censored.
The Missouri Gaming Commission has estimated the new law could generate between $75 million and $125 million annually.
Terry Sedlacek, the man who authorities say fatally shot the Rev. Fred Winters while he was giving his Sunday sermon, tried to plead guilty during his arraignment via video from his jail cell. However, the judge said his previous not guilty plea will stand.
Nursing students are going to barbershops to provide screenings to those who may not get regular checkups.
The report provided a history of the militia movement and a description of its members.