Health education at 11 Missouri universities and colleges is set to get a hefty one-time boost thanks to $33.5 million in federal stimulus money.
The second annual Citizen Jane Film Festival begins Friday and ends Sunday. It features workshops, panel discussions and appearances by directors, production staff and other movie insiders.
President Barack Obama has called for the repeal of "Don't ask, don't tell," a policy that allows homosexuals to serve in the military as long as they don't disclose their sexual orientation. Now under increasing pressure to act, Congress might be gearing up to tackle the issue.
St. Louis residents Barbara Manzara and Keith Marquard filed a lawsuit Friday challenging a 2009 law that expanded the amount of annual tax credits that could be issued for developers who purchase large swaths of land.
Marsha Tyson and Lorrie Askeland came to teaching via different routes, but they find common satisfaction in teaching science and watching the light bulb click on in students' minds when they understand something.
Some families waited in line for 12 hours to sign up at the Voluntary Action Center, which anonymously pairs families with volunteer giftgivers. Last year, the Voluntary Action Center served more than 1,200 families.
The amount of vaccine in each shipment will increase over the next few weeks, according to a spokesman for the Missouri Department of Health and Human Services.
The Colvins have worked for years on their Earthship, a self-sustaining home built from used tires, aluminum cans and other recycled and natural material.
Nuccio, a former candidate for First Ward councilman, is the second person to officially announce intent to run for mayor.
The map is a part of FEMA's National Flood Insurance Program, in which communities can enroll. Participating communities receive financial aid on flood insurance but must adopt and enforce floodplain management regulations established by FEMA.
Dean Bruce Walker said he still plans to be a full-time faculty member in the marketing department.
The report said the proposed changes to the noise ordinance would not resolve the dispute between Shiloh Bar and Grill and its residential neighbor.
The unemployment rate in Missouri remained the same from August to September. At 9.5 percent it remains slightly less than the national average.
He's been gone for a little more than four months. But here I am, going back to Soldier Field, the place that had become ours.
Outside investigation might be necessary to look into an "organized cover-up" concerning the delayed release of E. coli results, says a Republic senator.
Nellie Dodd, 59, said the MU women's volleyball team helped pull her through some serious health issues. Now she's part of the program.
For 27 years, Columbia Public Schools has produced award-winning financial reports. The award is not competitive, but districts must demonstrate excellence in their reports.
The next time you're figuring out what to give a friend to celebrate a special occasion, master gardener Barbara Michael advises that you give seed packets for special flowers, plants or vegetables that they can use to grow his or her own garden.
Coach Stuart Parnell has been involved with the Columbia Youth Football League for more than 10 years, coaching boys in first through sixth grade. This year, he is theof the third grade Packers team and must work to help the boys transition from flag to tackle football.