Twenty-two-year-old Bradley Burns was last seen around 2 a.m. Wednesday fishing with two friends.
A successful Save the Flame campaign will keep officials at the National World War I Museum from turning out the light atop the 217-foot tower.
More than 40,000 delegates, church leaders and visitors from around the world will meet for a convention of the African Methodist Episcopal Church, the oldest predominantly black denomination in North America.
As the manhunt for the ex-con suspected of bludgeoning eight people to death in Missuri and Illinois wound down, a disheveled Nicholas T. Sheley walked calmly into a Subway sandwich shop, asked to use the phone and called his lawyer — all but ensuring his capture.
The former suburban St. Louis teacher faces between two and 10 years in prison after being convicted of sexual misconduct with students.
The secretary of state's office said Thursday that the party has gathered enough petition signatures to qualify a slate of 18 candidates for the general election.
The state Supreme Court ruled pretrial proceedings in a defamation lawsuit against Gov. Matt Blunt should be in Jackson County.
It was a 70 percent increase over 2006.
Police said the fire at the DeKalb County Record-Herald started when two men set off an explosion on the front porch of the building at about 1 a.m. Thursday, according to KMBC-TV in Kansas City.
Last week, Lt. Gov. Peter Kinder signed into law the Missouri Returning Heroes’ Act. The law, sponsored by Sen. Maida Coleman, D-St. Louis, will require public universities to charge combat veterans just $50 per credit hour for undergraduate coursework.
Attorneys for Anheuser-Busch argued Wednesday that two shareholder lawsuits in St. Louis should be suspended while a Delaware judge considers nearly a dozen similar lawsuits related to the possible takeover by rival brewer InBev.
A judge has denied a request from critics of stem cell research to block spending from a state life-sciences research fund.
But nothing in Nicholas T. Sheley's history suggested he was capable of the violence of which he is now suspected: killing eight people in Missouri and Illinois.
Monsanto announced Wednesday it completed the purchase of Marmot SA, which operates Semillas Cristiani Burkard, a private, Guatamala-based seed company with operations in 12 countries.
Gov. Matt Blunt has cut Missouri’s $500,000 contribution to help refurbish the courthouse where Harry Truman got his political start.
A man suspected in a killing spree that left eight people in two states dead is being held near St. Louis until authorities from western Illinois can pick him up.
State Rep. Jeff Harris says he would use his office to side with local property owners against large animal feeding operations.
Brad Lager joins several Missouri Republicans who are upset that House Speaker Rod Jetton has been paid to work as a consultant and fundraiser by several Republican lawmakers.
James Keown faces an automatic sentence of life in prison without parole.
With the Mississippi river receding from near-record levels, the Federal Emergency Management Agency opened disaster recovery centers in flooded Clarksville and Winfield on Tuesday.