Under an agreement with the Commodity Futures Trading Commission announced Tuesday, Dairy Farmers of America and two of its former officers will pay $12 million and will not engage in speculative trading for two years.
A Springfield representative plans to bring up the issue when the 2009 legislative session starts in January.
Two days of wintry weather in Missouri led to school closings and traffic accidents, including two fatalities.
The Missouri Development Finance Board on Tuesday approved $500,000 to support media coverage of the 2009 race. The board contributed the same amount for this years' race.
UMKC's interim chancellor, Leo Morton, has been persuaded to take the permanent position.
After a legal fight in Europe between Anheuser-Busch's trademark "Bud" beer name and Czech rival Budvar, the Luxembourg-based Court of First Instance on Tuesday ruled in favor of the Czech company and scrapped Anheuser-Busch's trademark.
A passer-by spotted 4-year-old Hannah Yoder on the side of southwest Missouri road Monday morning.
Gov. Matt Blunt’s administration released an additional 850 pages of e-mail documents Monday that revealed frustration with a former staff attorney and a coordinated effort to pre-emptively fight claims he was wrongly fired.
The Poplar Bluff-area man went on a spree over three or four months and stole more than $50,000 in property, police say.
The house in St. Louis where Berry lived for eight years in the 1950s has been added to the National Register of Historic Places.
James Kornhardt, 49, and Kay Coleman, 55, are charged with conspiracy to commit murder for hire in the death of Dan Coleman in October 1992.
More than a month after the presidential election, Missouri's electors cast their votes for Republicans John McCain and Sarah Palin on Monday.
MU has signed an agreement with officials of the Kansas City suburb to develop the 500-acre, $70 million Missouri Innovation Park.
The $6.2 million Springfield crime lab could reduce the number of backlogged cases at the central lab in Jefferson City
Casinos are also experiencing declining business, likely due to overall reduced entertainment spending as people deal with current economic uncertainties.
In the November election, fewer than 27 percent of people who cast provisional ballots had their votes counted — that figure is down from 53 percent in the 2006 election. Voting officials said that often, these provisional provisional ballots often had the wrong addresses or were turned after the Oct. 8 deadline.
Doyle Childers, director of the DNR, said that he would resign when Jay Nixon becomes governor. He and Nixon have clashed on several issues, including the Katy Trail railroad bridge near Boonville.
A lack of funding didn't stop a Morgan County Sheriff from implementing a program called radKIDS. The national program teaches children to fight back against people trying to hurt them, such as abductors, sexual predators, or bullies.
A Minnesota man was arrested by Maryland Heights police for allegedly approaching a boy and offering to pay him for sex.
Upset by Forbes magazine's recent designation as one of "America's Fastest-Dying Towns," the Kansas City suburb says that it is very much alive and well.