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Are the bridges you drive over each day safe? That's the question we started asking the Missouri Department of Transportation after a truck hit a bridge last night in Washington State, causing it to collapse.
A group of Missouri High School Students will be driving to Washington, D.C. next week.
"They ended the search and rescue midnight of yesterday, so we're gonna start cleaning up the rubble, cleaning up people's houses, lawns, buildings...all the destruction we're going to try to clear that out so we can build anew," former Army Sergeant Levi Newman said.
Attorneys for fired news anchor Larry Conners are considering taking legal action against KMOV-TV, which announced this week that it was terminating the veteran newsman over his controversial comments about the IRS .
Craft breweries from around the country are teaming up to raise money for military families by selling a beer aged on baseball bats.
Missouri senators concluded the legislative session without voting on a bill that would have strengthened the state's alcohol distribution cartel.
Late last year, Bret Hoy and Sam Geneser set out to cast a lens on Midwestern punk.
The Department of Natural Resources reports two beaches will remain closed for the opening weekend.
U.S. Secretary of Commerce-designate Penny Pritzker is a billionaire Chicago hotel and real estate mogul, and lynchpin of the Windy City's "Ladies who lunch" group that fostered Barack Obama's political career.
Hour 2- Guest: Former Representative Melissa Leach & Rocket Anderson What did Missouri Republicans stop when it comes to transparency and what are they saying? What is DESE asking to do? What Greene County representative didn't vote for Common Core and what do we know about his votes that day? What is a state guard and what is the need for ... (more)
Todd P. Graves, a former United States Attorney for the Western District of Missouri who left the Department of Justice under unpleasant circumstances , is representing the Northern California Tea Party Patriots.
The university is planning a $22.85 million project to make significant changes to Jesse Hall, Swallow Hall and Pickard Hall, subject to approval by the UM Board of Curators.
JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. Gov. Jay Nixon has ordered that the U.S. and Missouri flags at state buildings in all 114 counties and the City of St.
Missouri General Assembly Gives Final Approval to Rep. Chrissy Sommer's Bill to Eliminate Double Taxation for Businesses JEFFERSON CITY, Mo.
Photography editor and educator Mike Davis has been named as the new Alexia Chair for Documentary Photography at the S.I. Newhouse School of Public Communications at Syracuse University.
A Centerville man is behind bars after leading law enforcement officers on a high-speed chase that spanned three counties and two states.