The Missouri State Highway Patrol has released new information on the accidents and arrests that took place during the Fourth of July holiday weekend across the state with a report showing that seventeen people died in traffic crashes this year -- and hundreds were arrested for drunk driving. The h ... More >>
Or, Why You Shouldn't Be Ashamed to Be a Female Voter in Missouri It's become pretty clear over the past few weeks that Todd Akin hates women. Oh, he hasn't said that in so many words -- which is actually pretty surprising since he doesn't seem to care much about the possibility of offending his fe ... More >>
Image viaLet's hope meth cooks don't have health insuranceThe Show-Me State's governor and attorney general announced today that they support a law to require a doctor's prescription to obtain pseudoephedrine, an ingredient found in several types of cold medicine that can be used to manufacture m ... More >>
Photo: Jennifer Silverberg The Missouri Department of Health and Senior Services has released its 2008 Fish Consumption Advisory for Missouri waterways. The pertinent disclaimer follows: The 2008 consumption guidelines are based on the most recent fish sampling information available. Because not ... More >>
There are fourteen men from Missouri whom members of the AMVETS Post 55 in Bel-Ridge are trying to bring home. Each of the men died or was presumed dead at least 37 years ago. They were killed in action, or died in prison camps in Korea, were shot down over Vietnam or lost at sea in World War II. Th ... More >>
Some inmates tell horror stories about healthcare at the women's prison in Vandalia. Some didn't live to tell their tales.
Week of May 14, 2003
Ross Perot launched the Reform Party as the voice of the American people. Eight years later, it's a shrill, staticky free-for-all, and the moderates can't get heard.