A state audit says the Department of Health and Senior Services did not adequately notify the public or medical providers about a new law requiring mercury-free vaccines for children younger than three and pregnant women.
Married people whose names did not match their Social Security numbers will receive stimulus checks after all.
Barack Obama's campaign rejected John McCain's invitation to collaborate on a committee against voter fraud, saying it was designed to decrease voter turnout.
InBev's takeover of Anheuser-Busch is still in the works amid the recent credit crunch. Even during the downturn in financial markets, the Belgium company said plans are on task to create the world's largest brewer of beers.
The U.S. Forest Service is seeking comments on its proposal to cut down trees in the Cedar Creek Ranger District and along Cedar Creek.
The body of 63-year-old Delores Locascio was discovered Tuesday in the Lake of the Ozarks, but no one saw what happened, according to the Missouri State Water Patrol. An autopsy is scheduled for Wednesday.
The four recordings were made under the direction of the late Hans Vonk, who died in 2004.
Sen. Joe Biden's wife will discuss the economy, health care and education.
Secretary of State Robin Carnahan allowed a Democratic candidate for governor on the primary ballot after disqualifying him for not submitting necessary documentation.
Investigators say identifying the remains could take some time.
Only golf carts designated as "low-speed vehicles" can be used on Missouri roads.
A nineteen-year-old pleaded guilty for having her boyfriend shooting her parents at their home near Summersville.
The suspect, 28-year-old Pamela Fraction, is charged with assault for the incident that happened Thursday at New Life Evangelistic Center.
Jasper County Sheriff Archie Dunn said the crime scene included certain "elements" not usually present in local murders that he thought reflected a degree of "hatred" toward the victims.
Missouri's average price for a gallon of regular unleaded gas was $2.81 on Monday.
Shoppers can now actively choose between homegrown and foreign products. And the United States Department of Agriculture can better track products during food outbreaks. But the law doesn't cover all retailer or all food, making the origin of most foods still a mystery to customers.
A critical shortage of the radioactive isotope molybdenum-99 has brought scientists from more than 15 countries this week to Columbia to discuss the MU Research Reactor's role in increasing the production of this substance.
After not showing up for church, the couple's son found their bodies at their house. Authorities are looking into the possibility of a double homicide.
If the Colorado-based company finds uranium on private land, the owners of the land would receive 4 percent of the proceeds.
A 67-year-old worker died Saturday in Cape Girardeau after falling into an empty hopper barge.