Kirksville police have not identified the man and woman involved in an early Saturday morning shooting.
A Missouri political leader’s announcement this week that she has breast cancer is spurring reminders by health officials for women to get preventive screening.
An American Farm Bureau official says President Obama’s decision to go to Cuba next month will draw more attention to the U.S. embargo that continues to thwart farm trade with Havana.
The National Pork Producers Council has urged Congress to make foot-and-mouth disease a priority.
Vilsack came under fire on Capitol Hill last week for the Administration’s latest proposal to further reduce crop insurance support; cuts that Vilsack argues are “reasonable.”
Despite the Supreme Court hold on the Clean Power Plan this past week, as well as the previously froze Clean Water Plan, or WOTUS, committee members and EPA reps continue to debate the details.
Federal agency fails to meet Senator’s one-week deadline to provide documentation that it lacks legal authority to monitor placements after Senate hearing shines spotlight on failures to safeguard unaccompanied minors awaiting immigration hearings.
The search for a Missouri couple suspected in a series of robberies and abductions in Alabama and Georgia ended in a shootout that killed the man and left the woman wounded.
United States Senator Claire McCaskill hosted a conference call this past Wednesday to discuss issues she is currently working to resolve.