Fourth Ward Councilman Jerry Wade's call to suspend the bicycle harassment ordinance has garnered a negative reaction from the bicycling community.
The city plans to put up its first two red-light cameras by Friday, but negotiations with the state transportation department could hold things up.
The school has lost more than $36 million in funding.
Kansas and Missouri received a combined total of roughly $700,000 dollars from the National Endowment for the Arts. The money will be used to support the organizations during the economic downturn.
The nonprofit group Demos and several others are filing suits against states across the United States. The suits stem from a drop in overall voter registration, which the nonprofit groups attribute to a lack of effort at the state level.
While the unemployement rate continues to rise, the number of newly laid-off workers filing initial claims for unemployment insurance fell last week by 52,000.
The Missouri Association for Social Welfare is encouraging the state and Congress to allocate more funding for summer food and child nutrition programs.
The society needs a variety of supplies as it houses about 300 dogs seized in raids of dogfighting operations.
Gov. Jay Nixon has signed legislation Thursday that is to expand the field of people required to submit DNA samples to authorities.
The vandals broke 176 tombstones at the Fairview Cemetery in Liberty between June 18 and June 20.
To save money, the state of Kansas has halted the issuance of its new license plate to some residents.