Mayor Bob McDavid hopes to purchase the Columbia Energy Center to ensure a stable source of power owned by the city.
Supporters of the bill fear costly nuisance lawsuits filed against large-scale animal farms by their neighbors could push agriculture out of the state.
The Boone County Muleskinners, a Democrat organization, will host a public forum to ask two candidates for Columbia City Council questions Friday.
The proposal would let Missouri voters decide whether to abolish the state income tax in favor of a higher sales tax.
The Missouri House will discuss a bill that would allow charter schools in districts outside Kansas City and St. Louis City. Supporters believe it will give parents more options for their children's education.
The new garage will have 703 parking spaces.
To qualify for the fund, applicants must be farmers and at least 21. The prize goes to a non-profit organization chosen by the applicant.
At $7.25, Missouri's minimum wage is at the same amount as the federal standard. Lawmakers are deciding whether to keep them the same in the future.
Protests in the Middle East are affecting gas prices in the U.S.
The city manager is directing Police Chief Ken Burton to review and clarify two department policies.
Dominic Hunter has been working for the Missouri Athletics Department's cleanup staff for roughly six months.
The recall comes under pressure from the U.S. Government, and covers only a fraction of vehicles the government contends should be called back.
Freezing rain replaced sunshine and caused traffic hazards near St. Louis.
The change will save the district $78,000 a year and will give teachers more professional development time, according to its superintendent.
The recall covers trucks from 2005-2006 model years in the U.S. and Canada for a risk of air bags deploying without warning.
Historians are poring through the 69 newly discovered books and five others the school already knew about, and librarians are searching the collection for more volumes that may have belonged to the founding father.
Joshua Maylee's hearing will be delayed because a crucial witness wasn't able to attend the scheduled hearing on Tuesday.
A new bill backed by Gov. Jay Nixon would combine three job training programs in Missouri into the Compete Missouri Job Training Program. This move would make the programs more efficient, the governor said.
The federal grant will allow the department to study the condition of old, closed landfills in rural communities.
An additional 500 people will be able to enroll in the Partnership for Hope program, which began last October with slots for 470.