German consumer groups said Thursday they will file a lawsuit against Facebook unless the social network changes its terms of service.
U.S. stocks drifted to a slightly lower finish on Thursday, weighed down by falling energy stocks as the slump in oil prices deepened.
The stock market largely shrugged off the Federal Communications Commission's vote to impose tougher rules on broadband providers like Comcast, Verizon and AT&T to prevent them from creating paid fast lanes for the Internet and slowing or blocking Web traffic.
Missouri Auditor Tom Schweich, a Republican candidate for governor, died Thursday of a self-inflicted gunshot wound, a staff member told The Associated Press.
Now really with all the important issues our state Legislature faces do we need them between us and our grocery sack?
To Brandon Foster/PRESSBOX Author: You and MLB commissioner/Rob Manfred are wrong in what will improve the game of baseball, by increasing the likelihood of more fans.
“We have no problem with the medicinal use of drugs,” we wrote in this forum nearly a year ago.
Closing a radar gap in Mid-Missouri
Residents in mid- and eastern-Missouri will soon get better warning of dangerous weather, and scientists will have a new tool to help agriculture cope with changes in climate.
Five South Callaway student chefs placed seventh among 24 schools at the 2015 Missouri ProStart Invitational Culinary Competition last week.
Certified registered nurse anesthetists (CRNAs) lobbied Wednesday at the state Capitol against bills that would continue prohibiting their ability to administer certain forms of medication for pain management.
Missouri's only abortion clinic would be subject to an annual inspection by the state's health department under a bill advanced Wednesday by Missouri's Republican-led House.
Supreme Court asked to order new elections on 2 amendments passed last August
Missouri’s Supreme Court judges were asked Wednesday to order new elections, with new ballot language, for two constitutional amendments voters approved last August.
Plan seeks to reverse the state's slide
Missouri is falling behind, according to research from the past year.
Missouri’s public schools and community colleges would receive larger funding increases than recommended by Gov. Jay Nixon, under a budget plan presented Wednesday to a House committee.
Missouri state probation officials must make different calculations for determining when an inmate is eligible for conditional release or parole from a prison sentence, the state appeals court ruled Tuesday.
A Jefferson City resident was placed on five years supervised probation for pleading guilty to charges in connection with a drug raid that occurred last May.
Gillam Family Illusions is preparing for its fifth annual show in Jefferson City to benefit the Council for Drug Free Youth, and the local family isn’t resting on its laurels.
Check this headline link for updates on Mid-Missouri weather-related cancellations and announcements for Thursday, Feb. 26, 2015.
After a 12-day break between games, the Jefferson City Jays came out of the gates a tad rusty Wednesday, turning it over on their first two possessions.
The Missouri Supreme Court on Wednesday set an April execution date for 52-year-old Andre Cole, who killed a man in 1998 out of anger over a child support payment.