The Senate Appropriations Committee inserted an item into Missouri's proposed budget that would help provide tuition assistance and job training to unemployed workers.
Three more of Missouri's U.S. representatives in Congress asserted their opposition to any potential reductions at Whiteman Air Force Base and Fort Leonard Wood.
The Senate Appropriations Committee agreed to follow the House's lead by keeping funding steady for public universities and providing a modest increase for public elementary and secondary schools.
Lisa Irwin was reported missing Oct. 4, when her parents say they believe she was kidnapped.
The 89-year-old former presidential candidate is in stable condition but occasionally passes out and loses his ability to speak.
Missouri is now the lowest tax-collecting state per capita in the nation, which leads to local taxes paying for what the state won't.
In a speech Tuesday, President Barack Obama pointed out flaws of the Republican Party while avoiding realities of the Democratic Party.
The Democratic senator is calling the tour "Fighting for Fairness." She will stop Wednesday in Columbia before moving onto Springfield and Kansas City.
Lawmakers in several states, including Missouri, are proposing legislation to make rising gas prices more consumer friendly.
Senators gave initial approval Wednesday to a bill creating a five-member Senate panel to analyze whether Missouri Employers Mutual Insurance Co. should be sold, privatized or restructured.
The members of Missouri's congressional delegation think the state's military bases are too important to cut.
The Tyrannosauraus rex has long been depicted in popular culture as having scaly skin, but the discovery of an earlier, feathered relative suggests the king of dinosaurs might have had a softer side.
Responding to a fire that apparently killed three people and burned 6 square miles outside of Denver, emergency officials underestimated the seriousness of the fire and sent automated phone warnings to the wrong numbers.
By reducing the number of unnecessary medical tests, the organizations hope to make health care more efficient.
The Equal Employment Opportunity Commission was looking for a workplace discrimination judgment but has ended up on trial itself for "sue first, ask questions later" strategy.
The legislation would allow active-duty service members who have completed qualifying military motorcycle courses to be exempt from a road test.
The Missouri House of Representatives is looking at a bill which would require parental permission for anyone younger than 18 to use a tanning facility.
Unofficial results have the bond issue passing by less than one percentage point.
The bill would have forbidden anyone younger than 15 from using tanning equipment, but Republicans raised concerns this infringed on individual freedoms.
Tax preparation sessions led by campus and community-based tax experts will be held 4:30 to 8 p.m. April 4, 11 and 18 at 147 Stanley Hall.