Heavy rains Thursday and Friday are causing the Missouri River’s level to rise. As a result the National Weather Service has predicted moderate flooding in mid-Missouri for next week.
Each side is in search of influential allies to help sway public opinion — a factor potentially important in a proxy fight — and enlist the aid of lawmakers, or at least blunt the opposition.
The man requests $11,250 in restitution for time served in jail after he was found innocent by DNA.
He is scheduled to visit the Truman Memorial Building.
The U.S. agriculture secretary says he is concerned that legal hurdles prevented much immediate federal help for Midwest farmers faced with serious setbacks because of flooding.
John Middleton, convicted of killing three people to hide his methamphetamine operation, will be put to death July 30.
Hours after the Pin Oak levee broke, workers had built a 4-foot-tall sandbag levee to protect the 100 homes in harm's way.
But officials are urging residents to use discretion in making their plans to return.
Missouri's finances have fared better than some other states, so spending is greater than expected revenue growth.
The plan is in response to the InBev proposal that Anheuser-Busch officials thought undervalued the company.
Known as one of the most conservative bishops in the U.S., Raymond Burke was named to head the Vatican's supreme court.
The Pin Oak levee has been showing signs of strain. It protects about 100 homes in Winfield.
Dean L. Hubbard is the school's longest-serving president.
The prospect of Anheuser-Busch being taken over by a brewing company with roots in Belgium and Brazil has made some Northern Plains barley growers uneasy.
The community is seeking answers to the cause behind an apparent outbreak in tumors among residents.
Anheuser-Busch chief says plan to boost stock prices doesn’t include InBev.
Financial strains prompt Missouri’s student loan agency to delay a scheduled payment for Gov. Matt Blunt’s college construction plan.
Darryl Vest was charged Wednesday for fatally beating James Dake of Columbia, who was also on probation.
The St. Louis-based brewer settled with attorneys general from 11 states, who said the beverages targeted at minors.
Bills concern microchip implants, gun range noise violations, the Second Injury Fund and money for sheriff’s departments.