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.
Express Scripts received an anonymous letter in October demanding money and threatening to release the personal information of 75 people.
University of Missouri System President Gary Forsee sent the following e-mail on Thursday regarding the Express Scripts announcement about the possibility that data files were accessed without authorization.
Anheuser-Busch's third-quarter profit dropped almost 6 percent, but its sale to InBev is still expected to be completed by year's end.
After top executives with the Missouri Public School and Education Employee Retirement Systems were found accepting free gas and staying at luxury hotels on taxpayers dollars, the PSRS/PEERS board added rigid policies on accepting gifts.
Republicans and Democrats chose their leaders for the 2009 session on Thursday.
Leonard Riggins, a 52-year-old St. Louis firefighter, was shot and killed after stopping to help at a crash scene in St. Louis County on Wednesday. He's the fifth emergency worker killed in the St. Louis area this year.
Just two days after the November election and after months of campaign stump speeches and rhetoric, a theme of bipartisan cooperation emerged in Jefferson City.
Democrat John Bowman was introduced Thursday as the chief of staff for Senator-elect Robin Wright-Jones, of St. Louis.
Secretary of State Robin Carnahan said she will ask the legislature next year to adopt early voting. Nationwide, an estimated one-third of voters cast ballots before Tuesday, which proponents said led to reduced lines and quicker vote counts.
Sixty-nine percent of registered Missouri voters turned out on Election Day, despite earlier projections from the Missouri secretary of state's office that projected a voter turnout of as high as 76 percent.
The governor's attorney says that the case, which is seeking access to Blunt's office's e-mail records, should be dismissed because of lack of evidence.
Political scientists point to evangelicals, rural voters as key constituencies in the state.
As Democrat Barack Obama assumes the position of president-elect in the U.S., many Missouri black leaders said this may open doors for a black politician to become a statewide elected official.
Missouri has never elected a black official to a statewide office.
The exit poll showed how much the state's mood has changed since 2004. When President George W. Bush carried Missouri four years ago, slightly more than half of voters said the economy was good.