The two cases concern priests from St. Elizabeth Parish in the 1970s.
It takes him two "green-broke" horses and four hours to travel 13 miles.
Firefighters performed the rescues Friday after nearly nearly 4 inches of rain fell on the city.
The lieutenant governor called in the National Guard on Saturday. He says more volunteers are needed in Hannibal, Canton and Alexandria to prepare sandbags as the threat of floods looms.
Friday was the deadline for her to raise enough money to repay the money she lent her failed campaign for governor. Friday was also the day that personal financial disclosure reports were released on McCaskill, Bond and their colleagues.
The proposed sale of the maker of the beer that bills itself as “great American lager,” to a Belgian firm has become a rallying point for some Bud fans and lawmakers playing to the populist view that America is being sold off, bit by bit.
The Humane Society of Missouri has 10 people with boats and trailers rescuing pets abandoned in the Iowa floods.
Timothy Krajcir, who has confessed to killing nine women in four states, was sentenced in his prison cell to life in prison for the rape and murder of a Pennsylvania woman in 1979.
Mississippi River towns north of St. Louis are bracing for crests next week that should come very close to records set in the Great Flood of 1993.
Rep. Kenny Hulshof defended his fiscal conservative credentials while rival Treasurer Sarah Steelman asserted he lacks the courage to be governor. Attorney General Jay Nixon clashed with Hulshof over higher education.
The Missouri State Water Patrol says a 52-year-old Lebanon man has drowned in the Gasconade River, the state’s second rope-swing drowning in less than a week.
The U.S. attorney said Donald and Mary Hicks stole the disabled pair's money and allowed them to live in deplorable conditions. They even were forced to get their food from trash containers.
The gun went off the first time when the woman set her handbag down.
Missouri Department of Agriculture Director Katie Smith gave the thumbs up to Missouri-grown tomatoes by placing them on the FDA’s “safe to eat list."
The Missouri River was expected to crest in northwest Missouri this weekend, but more concern was focused on the Mississippi River, where more significant flooding was expected the middle of next week.
The $500 scholarships should be available for the 2008-2009 school year, State Treasure Sarah Steelman said.
A judge has ordered the Police Protection fund to pay Missouri for requesting money from residents after being asked to stop.
The unsolicited $46 billion offer from the Belgian brewer comes after weeks of speculation. The St. Louis-based brewer said its board would evaluate the proposal carefully.
A federal Medicare pilot program aimed at encouraging physicians to use computerized patient records will not be coming to Kansas or Missouri.
The three media outlets had originally requested e-mails from the governor’s office last year. Revelations stemming from those requests that Blunt’s office had not maintained e-mails triggered Jay Nixon to appoint investigators to determine whether state laws had been violated.