Lance Shockley's trial was rescheduled for March 23, 2009, after he was appointed a new attorney.
Election officials are working overtime to process new voter registrations by the state's deadline.
The relief includes money for home repairs and temporary housing.
In a lawsuit brought by the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission, a 67-year-old optician alleges that she was fired by the Wal-Mart in De Soto because she was too old and made too much money.
The museum's owner set a minimum starting bid of $15,000 on the listing, which ends Friday.
State Auditor Susan Montee agreed last week to look into the towing records, but Gov. Blunt said Sunday he is seeking a full audit of police department finances.
Images and expletives were splayed across the green tin wall, the large white stadium doors and several signs at Capaha Park baseball stadium sometime after Friday night.
The owners of Wesa-A-Geh-Ya animal park in Warren County, Kenneth and Sandra Smith, and a board member, Roy Elder, allegedly told officials at first that a pit bull, not a tiger, had attacked volunteer Jacob Barr.
The group says about one in four St. Charles County students surveyed in sixth through 12th grades reported using alcohol in the past month.
Documents filed in Newton County Circuit Court show that a panel of jurors from Greene County is set to be selected on July 13, 2009, the Neosho Daily News reported Sunday. The jurors will likely be sequestered for a trial to start next summer, according to the Daily News.
Flooding on the Mississippi River has forced the casino to temporarily close on Sept. 14.
Although three models all point to change in the forest, each predicts a different outcome. One model says that the Ozarks could change from forest to grassland, while another says that the types of trees found in the forest would change.
Adam Bridgewater, 21, has been sentenced to 15 years in federal prison on a charge of illegally possessing firearms. The Neosho man also faces charges in two other Missouri counties.
A pair of monkeys reported stolen almost a year ago from a Kansas City man were found late Thursday while deputies investigated the call at a residence in rural Agency.
Authorities in southwest Missouri have charged 16 people who were at a party last weekend where an underaged Drury University student suffered alcohol poisoning.
Missouri's unemployment rate is now the highest it has been in 17 years.
The inspector general’s office is looking into the actions of federal investigators involved in a case that sent five people to prison for life for the 1988 deaths of six Kansas City firefighters. The Kansas City Star reported in June that as many as 15 witnesses now say they were pressured to lie under oath in the trial.
Concert and event promoter Derrick Gates is being charged with four contempt counts after failing to reimburse vendors he collected money from. The three events he had planned were never took place.
Rep. Sherman Parker was a member of the state House from 2003 to 2006.
University City police arrested a 35-year-old man in connection with the murder. The slain 22-year-old woman was pregnant with her first child.