The Obama administration Monday finalized an ambitious blueprint for new state-based health insurance markets that will offer consumers one-stop shopping along the lines of amazon.com
Missouri's multi-step process for picking a presidential nominee is "confusing" and seems "inefficient" to some residents. But that won't stop others from attending local caucuses to bid for a spot in the next round of meetings at which delegates will be bound to particular candidates.
Despite differences in location and culture, similar devastation from natural disasters has brought groups from both cities together in pursuit of the best way forward.
Barbara Hoppe works on behalf of "genuine progress in our community," paying attention to details and the bigger picture.
Strategies for picking winners range from flipping coins to determining who would win if the mascots fought.
FEMA has denied a request to provide disaster aid to 18 counties in Missouri recently hit by violent weather. Gov. Jay Nixon said the state will continue to provide aid to those communities.
Pitcher Lance Lynn, 24, will make his first spring training start Wednesday and is being considered for the rotation if Chris Carpenter is unable to recover from a neck injury.
The Missouri Students Association is asking that MU be smoke-free by January rather than 2014.
Adjusting to longer timeouts during the tournament proves more difficult for small schools than it does for big ones.
Attempt No. 2 at creating the Missouri state Senate districts map hit the mark. A bipartisan commission voted 10-0 to approve the plan on Monday.
The U.S. Postal Service changed their delivery methods in Joplin's most damaged areas, though they haven't been clear in communicating to those affected by the changes.
The 13.5-acre site of the former Forest Park Hospital could provide additional parking, educational space and other opportunities.
The trooper was shot on Interstate 55 in New Madrid County after pulling over an SUV with four people inside. One person in the SUV was killed and a second injured.
The winners of the Powerball prize have until Aug. 6 to redeem it.
Gov. Jay Nixon should veto the two bills the General Assembly left on the table Thursday afternoon. One bill would make it easy to discriminate against workers, while the other would make it hard for workers and their families to receive workers' compensation.
Maddie Stock, a 6-foot-1 guard at St. Joseph's Academy in St. Louis, signed a letter of intent to play for the Missouri women's basketball team next season.
The killing of Americans by their Afghan hosts and of Afghans by the Americans who are supposed to help them have forced an acute examination of a war strategy that calls for Afghans to assume greater responsibility for security there.
A photo ID requirement for voters in Texas could disenfranchise hundreds of thousands of registered Hispanics, the Justice Department said Monday.
Following an agreement reached last summer between the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service and the Center for Biological Diversity, the sheepnose and spectaclecase mussels are going on the federal Endangered Species List.
Chase Daniel, a former Heisman trophy finalist for the Tigers, got a one-year contract with the New Orleans Saints. He has been with the team since 2009.