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December 6, 2013 The U.S. and Missouri flags on all state and local government buildings in Missouri will be flown at half-staff on Saturday, Dec. 7 to commemorate those who died or were wounded during the attack on Pearl Harbor, Hawaii, on Dec. 7, 1941.
Dave Wolk, a worker with the Ste. Genevieve County Courthouse, clears the sidewalk in front of the building Friday in Ste.
Winter weather moving through the area has road crews out and trying to make it safe for morning commuters.
Missouri lawmakers approved a $1.7 Billion tax incentive package aimed at bringing job growth to the state.
Five staffers - Missouri football writers Alex Smith and Matthew Fairburn, photographers Amy Stroth and Kevin Cook, and community outreach team member Andrew Gibson - made the road trip to Atlanta to cover the Southeastern Conference Championship.
Grocery stores are the staple of every community in Missouri. They supply our homes with high-quality fruits, vegetables, meats, seafood and other household necessities.
Texans to New Yorkers were bundling up on Thursday against winter weather that closed schools and businesses, blanketed roads and power lines with ice and threatened to disrupt travel across a wide swath of the United States.
R. Bowen Loftin speaks at the news conference held to announce his new position as MU Chancellor on Thursday.
Just a few hours before convicted serial murderer Joseph Paul Franklin was scheduled to be executed by lethal injection on Nov. 19, 2013, two federal judges granted a stay.
What a difference a day makes: A day after much of Missouri basked in spring-like weather, the reality of the pending winter set in on Thursday with the arrival of bitter cold and a worrisome mix of snow, sleet and freezing rain.
Joe G. Dillard, a longtime Columbia resident, recently published his first book, "A Full Cup of Joe," a humorous autobiography of his funny life experiences thus far.
A new proposal for marijuana legalization in Missouri would take the issue directly to voters, asking them to approve an amendment to the state Constitution and bypassing the state legislature.
Don't be fooled by Wednesday's mild temperatures; mid-Missouri could see its first snowfall of the season on Thursday.
Through skill, grit and no shortage of luck, the outlaw Jesse James had somehow made it into his thirties, living just long enough to not only become the printed legend, but to be regaled with the dime-novel exaggerations of his exploits by a curious young man named Robert Ford.
Governors of more than a dozen states are rushing to offer incentives such as subsidized training and infrastructure to convince Boeing Co.