Missouri Supreme Court to consider school transfer case on Wednesday

The case is one of at least four stemming from a state law requiring unaccredited districts to pay to send students living within their boundaries to accredited schools.

MU students will speak against cutting education funds

The Missouri Student Association has collected thousands of letters from students opposed the Gov. Nixon's higher education funding cuts. Students plan to speak before an education committee and meet with various legislators.

NHL's Central Division might be league's best

The Blues are almost as good at home as Detroit, going 24-3-4. But they are 0-4-0 against Nashville this season, including a 3-1 loss on Feb. 4.

UPDATE: Missouri report suggests new mandates on business aid

Missouri gymnastics moves up to No. 16 ranking

The Tigers rose two spots in the rankings after taking third at the IGI Chicago Style Invitational last Friday.

Missouri Senate endorses measure on yellow light length

The bill endorsed Monday would have the Missouri Department of Transportation establish standard times for yellow lights based on federal guidelines.

In Joplin, young professionals hear call to serve

In the wake of devastation, many young professionals left their stable jobs to help rebuild Joplin after the deadly May 22 tornado.

Missouri report suggests new mandates on business aid

After an investigation into the collapse of plans to build a factory in Moberly, a Missouri House panel will review a draft report proposing new mandates for economic development officials and municipal bond markets.

Snow sweeps across Missouri, causing few problems

By midday, 1 to 3 inches of snow had fallen in western and central parts of the state, and wind gusts of up to 20 mph were adding to the problem.

Missouri Supreme Court to consider redistricting issue again

Two legal challenges have sought to block the new U.S. House map, claiming the districts aren't sufficiently compact. 

Missouri exports highest in four years

Two groups attribute the growth to an 18 percent increase in sales to China.

UM System upgrades headquarters as campus repairs on hold

The UM System is tapping savings for the $1.5 million worth of renovations for University Hall. 

Missouri Lt. Gov. Kinder gives up state vehicle

Woman injured in shooting at Jefferson City nightclub

A 19-year-old woman was injured after being shot during a fight at Club Motivation early Sunday. Police have responded more than 120 times to the club in recent years.

WHAT OTHERS SAY: Finally, real mortgage relief for homeowners

Thursday's mortgage settlement, which includes reducing loan by up to $20,000 for households at risk of default, represents a meaningful step forward in the troubled housing market. The amount of settlement is about $26 billion, and Missouri's share would be more than $196 million, Missouri Attorney General Chris Koster said. 

WHAT OTHERS SAY: Should lawmakers alter voter-approved term limits?

Lawmakers are proposing a constitutional amendment that would permit lawmakers to serve a maximum of 16 years in either the House or the Senate.

Mountain West, Conference USA to form new league

The 16 schools announced the plans Monday, taking a bigger-is-better approach that will create a conference with schools in five time zones.

Storm brings more than 3 inches of snow to Columbia

Despite the relatively small amount of snowfall this winter, road conditions resulted in accidents and deaths Monday. A freezing mix expected overnight could make driving Tuesday more difficult.

Columbia School Board to proceed with Monday meeting despite weather

The Columbia School Board will meet despite weather-related school closures. The agenda includes votes on school attendance boundaries, budget parameters, bond sales and funding for air conditioning in elementary schools.