Brockovich said she received a string of e-mails from patients, not only from the Cameron area but also from people living in other states who had prior local ties.
Three out of four Missourians registered to vote will cast a ballot Nov. 4, according to an estimate from the secretary of state's office, which has some groups worried about how busy polling places could be on Election Day.
One of the issues facing candidates is how to improve funding for Missouri's highway system.
Democratic gubernatorial candidate Jay Nixon has raised roughly twice as much during his three-year campaign as Republican rival Kenny Hulshof, according to reports filed Monday with the Missouri Ethics Commission.
A new state law requires sex offenders to stay home on Halloween with their lights off and a sign posted saying they have no candy or treats.
Gas has fallen to as low as $1.97 - $1.99 in some southwest Missouri towns.
A poll of 800 likely Missouri voters showed Democrat Barack Obama and Republican John McCain are about even in the presidential race. In the gubernatorial race, Democrat Jay Nixon was ahead of Republican Kenny Hulshof.
Claire McCaskill and Russ Carnahan of Missouri had their homes and vehicles spray-painted with graffiti in the past week, days after six Minnesota politicians were also vandalized.
The combined phone company would have 8 million lines in 33 states, mostly in rural areas where the majority of their customers are located.
Due to flooding and other natural disasters, Missouri was among 15 states awarded government grants to rebuild its infrastructure.
Republican vice presidential candidate Sarah Palin will be in the state again for a Thursday morning campaign in Cape Girardeau.
After more than 30 years, Mary Pat Abele will be retiring from executive director of the Missouri governor's mansion preservation group.
Presiding Bishop Katherine Jefferts Schori visited the Kansas City area this past weekend and said a crucial part of preaching the gospel includes having church members ensure that the U.S. government make good its promises to provide financial help to Third World countries.
Secretary of State candidate Hubbard's fight against a 2006 amendment on stem cell research sparked his interest in becoming secretary of state.
Denise Neely, who is running for secretary of state, is an organized candidate who wants to provide more information to the public, said Donna Ivanovich, Missouri Constitution Party chairwoman.
Wes Upchurch, 21, is the Libertarian candidate for secretary of state.
Robin Carnahan belongs to the fifth generation of her family involved in politics. She's running for a second term as Missouri secretary of state.
Proponents of the Missouri constitutional amendment call it benign; opponents call it unwelcoming to immigrants.
The proposition also would increase amount casinos pay to government.