Legislation that could bring hundreds of jobs to southeast Missouri passed overwhelmingly in the House on Wednesday, but faces an uncertain reception in the Senate. Lawmakers were called into a special session this week to consider the bill.
CLARKSVILLE, Mo. -- Louisiana teen seriously injured in crash north of Clarksville
The annual Twain on Main festival in downtown Hannibal returns Saturday and Sunday. Hosting about 200 vendors, organizers expect this year's festival to be the largest one yet.
The Louisiana Area Historical Museum will kick off its 25th season Saturday by saluting Martha Sue Smith, one of the museum's founders and most ardent supporters.
The Missouri State Highway Patrol reported a 2004 Freightliner driven by Harry R. Riley, 52, of Hannibal, was northbound on Highway 19, south of Brinkman Road, at 4:40 p.m. The patrol said the vehicle traveled off the right side of the road and overturned
The newest member of the Canton Board of Aldermen has resigned after serving less than a month.
Debate inside the Missouri Capitol and in campaign-style attack advertisements make the special legislative session look like a major political battle.
Missouri Gov. Eric Greitens established the Committee for Simple, Fair and Low Taxes shortly after taking office in January. The series of town halls held by the committee across the state are meant to solicit feedback from taxpayers.
Bob Heiser has owned Crescent Jewelry Company, 207 Broadway, for 63 years. Although he may not have many items that might interest tourists, Heiser has watched for years in dismay at how many people don't cross the street from Main Street.