Columbia Locally Owned Retail and Services began its Independents Week on Thursday, challenging residents to shop locally to boost the community economy.
IBM insisted on speed and secrecy when negotiating with the city to bring a new data center to Columbia.
The governor said it did not make sense to continue spending funds to print state information when all the information can be accessed online. The law is estimated to save about $1.7 million over two years.
The Moving Ahead program is a Columbia Housing Authority initiative that provides kids from low-income backgrounds with tutors, field trips, and special events.
The medical center is urging nearly 2,000 veterans, who had dental procedures from Feb. 1, 2009, to March 11 this year, to have their blood tested for viral infections because of the improperly sterilized equipment.
The Standing Committee for Public Art will review comments Friday on a proposed design for the garage that is scheduled to be built at the intersection of Fifth and Walnut.
Starting July 8, Missouri Gas Energy customers will see their utility rates increase because of the rising cost of wholesale natural gas.
The bill offering up to $15 million annually in tax breaks for the automotive industry passed the House and a Senate economic development committee, but a Senate panel charged with reviewing the financial effect of legislation adjourned Thursday without voting on the bill, thus blocking it from reaching the Senate floor.
The company had to cancel its Jan. 30, 2011, performance because of unapproved mileage in its travel schedule. Ticket holders will be receiving a letter about exchange and refund options.
The Boone County Commission approved a $3.9 million expansion and renovation of the Boone County Government Center and the former Johnson paint company building during a Tuesday meeting.
A passenger had the container in a carry-on bag and brought it on Monday's flight heading from Atlanta to Charlotte, N.C., said US Airways spokesman Todd Lehmacher.
The St. Louis County seat is smoke-free in most businesses and restaurants as of Thursday, though there are a few exemptions.
Beginning this month, schools are required to combat piracy or risk losing federal funds. The University of Missouri already prohibits the use of all peer-to-peer applications.
At least three shots were fired early Thursday afternoon, no one was injured.
The centerpiece of Missouri's special legislative session is intended to entice Ford Motor Co. to make its next generation of vehicles at the Claycomo assembly plant near Kansas City.