Kyi Win, the only witness for Suu Kyi of the National League for Democracy party in Myanmar, spoke in Suu Kyi's defense as the Myanmar court listens to closing arguments.
The "Caring for Missourians" program offers money to state universities and community colleges in hopes of alleviating the critical shortage of health care workers. The University of Missouri System would receive $24 million for its campuses.
The umpire worked at the Bridgeton Municipal Athletic Complex, but the facility has undergone a thorough cleaning, and authorities do not believe anyone else has become infected.
Gov. Jay Nixon has asked that the federal government provide more aid to dozens of Missouri counties affected by this month's severe weather.
Ronald D. Wrisinger has been charged with two count of first-degree murder in connection to the 1986 disappearance of his daughter and wife.
Funkhouser's opponents have collected an estimated 20,000 signatures, but 17 percent to 20 percent of the signatures could be deemed invalid, according to the group's spokesman.
Buddy J. Buzzard's arrest on misdemeanor charges is part of a two-year trend of increasing grease thefts.
State Sen. Gary Nodler, R-Joplin, says if elected he will "resist" increases in federal spending.
Police said the car driven by Nicholas Schilling of Belton crossed the median and struck a pickup truck while being chased by police, killing the driver. Schilling also died in the collision.
The uninvited visit of a Missouri man is the source of a new trial and new troubles for the Nobel Peace Prize laureate.
The Highway Patrol's special enforcement operation led to an increased number of arrests, warnings and citations over the holiday weekend.
The Department of the Treasury has issued regulatory warnings against the Citizens National Bank of Springfield.
A 22-year-old man was arrested Sunday after trying to break into the Federal Reserve Bank in Kansas City using a screwdriver.
The indictment says the conspiracy was centered around Kansas City, where the perpetrators used local companies including Giant Labor Solutions to obtain labor leasing contracts in 14 states.
The National Endowment for the Humanities $330,000 grant will make thousands of case files containing material on women, African Americans and steamboats available to the public.
The National Association of Realtors reported that existing home sales dropped 4.6 percent nationnally from April 2008 and median sales prices more than 15 percent. The Midwest took a bigger hit.
Gov. Jay Nixon's administration rejected protests from Tyco Electronics Ltd., which said it gave a cheaper bid than Motorola Inc. for a new Highway Patrol radio system.
Col. Robert Sinkler takes over from Col. Michael McCormick, who had been in charge since August 2008.
The agricultural products company's shares declined Wednesday, contributing to low expectations for third-quarter earnings.
But the court said 18,000 same-sex weddings were still valid. The decision sparked protests and promises to repeal the ban.