Joplin Habitat for Humanity to Mark 100th Home Since TornadoJoplin Area Habitat for Humanity is preparing to dedicate the 100th house it has built since the May 2011 tornado that killed 161 people and destroyed thousands of buildings.
Missouri Board OKs $15M in Tax Credits for St. Louis StadiumThe Missouri Development Finance Board voted for the credits Tuesday as the first step in a potential $50 million tax-credit plan over three years.
Protesters Assail Judge for Setting Murder Suspect Free on BondLauren Bach, 23, was beaten to death in June of last year, and the suspect, Raheem Thorpe, was charged with first-degree murder and originally held on no bond.
Drivers Passing Through Frontenac Stop to Grab Raining CashMoney doesn't grow on trees but rather it rains in Frontenac, where people passing through this week collected cash that landed on their windshields and fell to the street.
Bridgeton Woman Closes In on One-Way Trip to MarsMaggie Duckworth found out this week that she is among 100 people still in the running to be among the 24 people to live, and start a human colony, on the Red Planet.
Communities Snuffing Out Fireworks Displays As Heat ContinuesKirkwood may cancel annual show, Farmington already has.
At Age 100, Mo. Woman Still Active In PoliticsAfter 20 years on the Franklin County Republican Central Committee in eastern Missouri, Alice Merrill is stepping down.
Nixon Wants Feds To Pay 100% For Joplin RepairsGovernor says "historic devastation" warrants the extra assistance.
Changes Coming For Rte. 100, Including Higher Speed LimitHigher speed limits among changes on the way for Rte. 100 in Franklin Co.