The city of Columbia was awarded $2,500 to help youth programs for being named one of the "100 Best Communities for Young People" for 2011.
The Department of Public Works is addressing concern regarding the safety of some Columbia sidewalks for residents who use wheelchairs.
The figure is Missouri's lowest unemployment rate since January 2009.
Missouri’s Frank Haith is one of 48 NCAA basketball coaches taking part in the Infiniti Coaches Charity Challenge, which includes a $100,000 donation to the Boys & Girls Club of the Columbia Area if Haith wins.
The game on Saturday benefits Shriners Hospitals for Children, an international pediatric specialty health care system.
The deal will pay the 26-year-old goaltender $1.7 million next season and $1.9 million in 2013-14. Elliott's 1.68 goals-against average is second-best in the NHL.
Missouri's unemployment rate fell two-tenths of a point between November and December 2011.
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The additional revenue of about $50 million per year would provide a dedicated funding source to operate nursing homes for Missouri veterans and could help pay to build another facility.
Two of the candidates are current members of the Boone County Fire Protection District board, and the third candidate is running for the second time since 2006. The winning candidates will serve six-year terms.
Popular websites Wikipedia and Google are among numerous websites protesting antipiracy legislation under consideration by the U.S. Senate and House of Representatives.
The Kewpies ended a three-game winning streak Wednesday night in a 55-43 loss to Blue Springs South High School.
Serious crime dropped 2.4 percent in St. Louis County and 5.9 percent in the city last year. The decline is credited to the innovative thinking of the county and the city.
A sales tax for online vendors could fix the unfairness putting local merchants at a disadvantage.
Missouri will receive $49 million from the U.S. Department of Agriculture to help recover from the agricultural impact of flooding on the Missouri and Mississippi rivers over the summer.
Instead of encyclopedia articles, visitors to the site saw a stark black-and-white page with the message: "Imagine a world without free knowledge."
Chief Justice Richard Teitelman asked lawmakers Wednesday to reduce the number of people in prison for probation and parole violations. The change could save the state up to $16.6 million over five years.