The state is creating a historical site on land in western Missouri where black soldiers are believed to have engaged in their first Civil War battle.
A longtime Hannibal city leader is dead after an accident at his home. Jim Dexheimer served on the Hannibal City Council for more than 20 years and was mayor pro tem in the northeast Missouri community of 17,000 residents.
And, in the spirit of Mark Twain, it wants Stephen Colbert to moderate.
MillerCoors spokesman Julian Green said the company still plans to release Sparks Red on Oct. 1. He said the federal Alcohol and Tobacco Tax and Trade Bureau, or TTB, has approved all formulas and labeling for Sparks.
But its number has come up when some residents received odd phone calls encouraging them to write in Hillary Clinton's name for president.
Prosecutors say the defendants stole personal information of about
300 people and used it to file at least 365 fraudulent federal tax
returns since February 2005.
Eight co-defendants have now pleaded guilty to the charges from the indictment.
Officials say 47-year-old Sarah Everson of Grain Valley left the Kansas City Community Release Center on Friday to go on a job search and never returned.
The freshman was drinking at an off-campus party on Saturday night after Drury's fraternity "Bid Day."
The Missouri and Mississippi rivers and their tributaries are still expected to crest above flood stage in spots, causing problems for creeks and local waterways.
Jeffrey Bolden, 41, is accused of killing 62-year-old hospital guard Monte Ruby, who died four days after the incident at Cox North Hospital.
A man's death on Monday night is the first in Louisiana, Mo., in more than four years.
Capt. Lee Ann H. Kenley, 46, took over earlier this month as the head of Troop I in Rolla. The 23-year Highway Patrol veteran previously was stationed at the Troop C headquarters in St. Louis.
A Kansas City attorney is facing possible federal contempt charges after contacting jurors who ruled against his client in a civil rights case.
Keith Golian and Thomas Ragland helped rescue two men stranded in floodwaters on Route 19 between Center and Perry.
Local affiliates for Fox and the CW network will combine stations to produce news throughout the day.
Thorngate Ltd. plans to eliminate its sewing department in Cape Girardeau, a move that will leave about 250 workers without jobs.
He plans to marry Patty Martin of Lexington, likely in their hometown.
The hurricane and its effects have killed at least 40 people and left some areas without power.
Gov. Matt Blunt said the Missouri National Guard faces a ‘demanding chore’ in Kosovo, where 1,000 guard members are now serving on a peacekeeping mission.