It reverses a lower court judge's denial of Larry Flynt's request to join a suit filed by death row inmates that seeks to force Missouri to disclose more details of its execution methods.
Spring warming and changes in where the jet stream carves a path in the upper atmosphere were combining to increase the chances of severe weather across the Plains on Wednesday and Thursday, the Storm Prediction Center said.
Spokesman Scott Holste says economic development nonprofit the Hawthorne Foundation is paying for Nixon's expenses.
A special council meeting is scheduled amid the growing realization that turning a profit for the Black River Coliseum is a daunting task.
The Missouri State Highway Patrol is asking for help from the public in identifying a man who was fatally struck about six miles south of Farmington.
Just 12 percent of Ferguson's voters went to the polls in the municipal election last April. This year, three of the six city council seats are up for grabs.
Budget director Linda Luebbering said the proposed cuts would be magnified because departments would also get less in federal matching funds.
The judge's wife said her father-in-law plans to sell the zebra at an auction in Missouri.
William Mabie, formerly of Festus, Missouri, will serve five years on each of three felony counts of mailing threatening communications.
The agency is looking into both cases for possible hate crimes. Anyone found guilty of a federal hate crime involving bodily injury could face up to 10 years in prison.
The story of 18-year-old Brayden Travis, who is now in a coma at a local hospital, has been shared more than 330,000 times on Facebook.
Construction of Joe Becker Stadium was the leading project in February, followed by a $4.4 million permit for a Walmart Neighborhood Market in the tornado zone.
Missouri's municipal courts have come into focus following the shooting death of black 18-year-old Michael Brown by a white police officer in Ferguson sparked sometimes violent protests.
Students bought "Utah Highlands" for $750 and donated it as a class gift. After its appraised value increased to at least $700,000, the district stored it in 2008 and replaced the display with a digital copy.
Some GOP lawmakers this session are pushing for a measure to allow firearms on buses and trains, along with a slew of other measures to expand who can carry guns and where.
Before they died, Jim and Joanne Whitley donated 102 acres of woodland to North Central Missouri College under the condition that the land be protected from development. Now, as the college plans to sell the land, friends worry the couple's wish will go unfulfilled.
The 15th annual GO! St. Louis marathon and half-marathon on April 12 will start downtown and cross the Mississippi River into East St. Louis, Illinois, via the Eads Bridge.
Some park-goers were stranded on rides during a brief power outage Friday afternoon.
Democratic Gov. Jay Nixon said Friday that he plans to release $43 million of funds immediately after the state took in higher general revenues in March.
John Brunner filed paperwork Thursday creating an exploratory committee for a Republican campaign for governor in 2016.