A Roman Catholic women’s order that has been in eastern Kansas for 113 years plans to leave next year and merge with another Ursuline order in Kentucky. The Ursuline sisters plan to sell their grand convent in Paola — a local landmark — and begin moving in May.
Candidates for area House, Senate seats raised and spent more than ever
Missourians competing for public works contracts can actually benefit from high unemployment rates, thanks to a 1993 law that restricts who can be hired for public construction projects during times of high unemployment.
The St. Louis Post-Dispatch reviewed more than 1,000 pages of FBI documents on Thomas Eagleton and reported it found no direct evidence countering the FBI's denials that it had gathered information on the Missouri senator's treatment or leaked information about it.
Flood warnings were posted Sunday over sections of Iowa, Missouri, Illinois, Indiana, Michigan and northwest Ohio, the National Weather Service said.
State Sen. Jason Crowell, R-Cape Girardeau, has proposed a bill to make it more beneficial for health care providers to see Medicaid recipients.
Graham, who sculpted Kansas City's 18-foot monument to jazz great Charlie Parker, died Saturday in Santa Monica, Calif.
Nurse Nancy Birkenmeier saves worn-out moms and desperate dads by fixing their children's sleep issues.
The standoff began when the man, considered a person of interest in the death of a Nebraska woman, called police to say he wanted to turn himself in.
Two teenagers and a 63-year-old were killed in accidents this weekend.
John-Paul Forget's body hasn't been recovered since he fell into the river from a bridge on Interstate 70 west of Columbia on Dec. 16. He was trying to avoid an oncoming semi.
Thousands lost power in Kansas City from the high winds. Meanwhile, several reported tornado touchdowns north of St. Louis damaged buildings.
The agency wants the focus to be on the stretch between the Meramec and Ohio rivers and on a stretch north of St. Louis. The change could require upgrades in sewage treatment plants along the Mississippi.
Bates County rancher David Cook disappeared in mid-November. As his cattle were auctioned off, his family and friends continued to search for answers.
The man, described as a model prisoner, went out to empty the trash and didn't come back.
A natural gas leak is the suspected cause of the explosion on Friday night.
The man was working at a car dealership in north St. Louis County.
A 73-year-old woman was identified as the driver of a van heading the wrong way on Interstate 44 until it collided head-on with a pickup truck, killing both drivers. The accident happened on Christmas Day.
The plants are in 14 states, including Missouri, and the suspension caused beef and pork futures to drop in trading in Chicago.
The warbler's numbers have plunged 70 percent in the past four decades, which is why wildlife watchers are applauding the acquisition of 80 acres of prime breeding ground.