Columbia College purchased the former health and science museum, and now uses it to house its nursing and online programs. The school offers membership in its President's Society to those who've donated $10,000 or more.
Missouri Super Fan Larry Wyatt II brought his spirit to the Tigers gymnastics meet against the Denver Pioneers on Friday night at the Hearnes Center.
Gov. Jay Nixon is seeking to expand a law that would offer increased incentives to automobile parts suppliers. Nixon's proposal would allow parts manufacturers to gain incentives if their product is used as a component by an automaker, even if it is not sold directly to the manufacturer.
The Old Courthouse in downtown St. Louis will receive $3.5 million in renovations. The project should take about a year.
Eight school buses have been stolen in St. Louis County and Jefferson County since May. The buses are reportedly worth approximately $60,000 each.
Despite the long-term tornado recovery plan's framework-state, community leaders and business owners approved it Thursday night.
Harry Reid announced Friday his plan to delay a vote that would move the online piracy legislation to the Senate floor for debate.
Gov. Jay Nixon advised public colleges and universities to find ways, instead of simply increasing student tuition, to offset the proposed 12.5 percent cut in state aid.
An emphasis on jobs is not reflected by cutting funds to the institutions dedicated to training and educating the future workforce.
An overpass near Union Station in St. Louis has been shut down after a roadway on the overpass collapsed Friday morning.
The Medicaid Fraud Control Unit collected more than $20 million from Medicaid fraud cases in 2011.
New Zealand police seized the assets of Megaupload executives in a raid Friday, one day after the U.S. Justice Department shut down the large file-sharing site. Four of the company executives who were arrested in New Zealand Thursday, including former CEO Kim Dotcom, now face extradition proceedings.
A Springfield hotel for homeless families caught fire, causing the evacuation of 150 people.
Ben McLemore, a freshman basketball player for Kansas, has pleaded not guilty to a November charge of minor in possession of alcohol.
A proposed law could make it illegal for people to anonymously make phone calls by "spoofing" caller ID systems.
Burning prepared Woods Prairie for its spring and summer crops of grasses and flowering plants. The Missouri Prairie Foundation supervised the burn, which lasted less than two hours.
Tim Murphy hand-carves stone tools from rocks he collects from Missouri, Arkansas and even Italy.
Supreme Court justices vote against expanding the assessment of suggestive conditions in witness identification to include elements beyond police control.