Volunteers set up the Forrest Theater at the Tiger Hotel for the True/False Film Festival.
Missouri's school district funding through the K-12 Education Foundation Formula is expected to be reduced by 2 percent statewide.
The Senate Education Committee considered a bill Wednesday that would grant children of undocumented immigrants in-state tuition at Missouri universities and colleges.
A state representative stands by his comment that lobbyists usually have more influence than individuals in state matters.
Here's a list of guides and stories about the 2010 True/False Film Festival.
In her first year with the team, junior center Denise Rosario is becoming an big part of the Cougars' success.
Two senior forwards will play their final home games for the Columbia College men's basketball team.
The Bruins will face Troy on Friday in the district title game.
This year, the Salvation Army homeless shelter is seeing an increase in the number of women and children seeking a meal and a place to sleep.
A combined estimated total of $850 worth of items were removed from the homes, which could have been burglarized as early as November of last year.
Comedian Karith Foster will bring humor and inspiration, and author Lyah Beth Leflore will bring book-publishing savvy to their alma mater, Stephens College.
The House is considering a move to end the reimbursal of legislators' personal cell phone costs.
Six additional officers are joining the Traffic Unit to crack down on traffic violations until 9 p.m. Thursday. The extra enforcement is part of the "Click it or Ticket" campaign.
A new Web site named Please Rob Me works to keep people conscious of what they're sharing to the world via the Internet, particularly their current locations. The site pulls people's Twitter updates from Foursquare, a location-sharing device, and compiles them in a list titled "Recent Empty Homes."
A Missouri woman pleaded guilty to mail fraud and could get up to 20 years in prison. She used a Ponzi sceme to defraud 180 farmers out of at least $27 million in grain sales.
CoxHealth revealed that half of their patients who received a specific cancer treatment in the last five years were exposed to high levels of radiation that may have contributed to those patients' death.
Missouri lawmakers are debating whether to alter the minimum age and renewal period required for carrying concealed guns in the state.
Random palm swabbing has begun this week at Kansas City International Airport. The swabbing is an effort to determine if a traveler has handled explosives.
Toyota is bracing for continued backlash towards its faulty vehicles even after back-to-back congressional hearings this week
Gov. Jay Nixon announced Thursday morning the launch of a new jobs program for Missourian youth. The program is called the State Parks Youth Corps program and will provide summer employment in 85 state parks and historic sites.