One million yards of chat will be removed in Park Hill to identify the land underneath and create a plan for cleanup and property preservation.
One worker was killed, three were injured, when the crane collapsed at Kansas City Power & Light’s Iatan plant in May.
Pickens is promoting his alternative energy plans to both McCain and Obama, saying America is on the brink of economic disaster if something isn't done soon.
Scott Muschany, R-St. Louis, was indicted by a grand jury last month.
Obama and Palin used their campaign stops over the weekend to fire off accusations over enormous earmarks each have asked to use in their respective home states.
Focusing on Obama’s spending habits, McCain and Palin returned for the second time in eight days to a critical swing state.
On Sunday, a boat tour of Sequiota cave in Springfield disturbed a colony of more than 1,000 gray bats. Fears that the bats were going into hibernation left future tours up in the air.
Twenty-eight of the dogs are now in the care of Arizona Beagle Rescue.
The Agriculture secretary talked about ethanol and developing a comprehensive energy plan in a speech Monday.
Three school administrators from New Orleans, North Carolina and Rhode Island were named as finalists to be the superintendent of St. Louis public schools.
A proposal that will require Missouri utilities to use more renewable energy will now be on the Nov. 4 ballot.
A guard ordered that the Lincoln County inmate be moved to an observation room, but no ambulance was called.
Mike Swoboda died after being shot twice in the head in a February rampage caused by a disgruntled resident.
Two Kansas City police officers shot and killed a man after he tried to swing a sword at them.
Despite eight arrests since the beginning of 2007, the rate of arrests for Missouri legislators falls well below the rate of the other state residents.
The county has been unable to hire a medical examiner, and MU has provided forensic pathology services for other counties.
Hulshof rebuilds his campaign account with contributions made after Missouri’s contribution cap was lifted last week. The primary elections left several losing candidates in debt.
For the second time in less than a month, the Missouri Supreme Court has given a reprieve to a death row inmate. John Middleton was scheduled to die by injection Sept. 17 for the 1995 shooting deaths of three people in northwest Missouri.
The Delaware senator is slated to meet with voters to discuss the country’s economic challenges. Campaign officials have not indicated which city Biden will visit.