The MU Horticulture and Agroforestry Research Center will host a field day June 30 in New Franklin to share its research about growing various fruits and nuts.
Give a couple fifth-graders some newly sharpened pencils and a few pieces of lined paper and they could have knocked out a college football playoff format before lunchtime, with a break in between for tag at recess.
The Supreme Court's upcoming ruling on President Barack Obama's health care overhaul law follows a century of debate over what role the government should play in helping people in the United States afford medical care.
Congressional leaders have reached tentative deals on freezing student loan rates and roads ahead of their July 4 recess.
Missouri Auditor Tom Schweich said Wednesday that a state audit of the attorney general's office revealed a conflict of interest.
The Colorado Springs wildfire has forced the mandatory evacuation of more than 32,000 residents.
Gov. Jay Nixon will to allow charter schools to operate in more Missouri areas, but vetoed a bill that would make it easier for students to transfer.
Savingforcollege.com, which ranks 529 college savings plans, has ranked Missouri's at the top of the charts.
Colleges are implementing absolute bans on smoking, though some think the bans go too far.
The U.S. Supreme Court is expected to decide Thursday on a federal law that would require states to create a health insurance exchange by 2014.
Lawmakers in 2011 approved a tax deduction for small businesses based on each job they add. This year's measure is designed to clarify the types of businesses that can claim the deduction.
The Kansas City Royals have recalled left-hander Everett Teaford and outfielder Jason Bourgeois from Triple-A Omaha and optioned left-hander Francisley Bueno to the Storm Chasers. Catcher Humberto Quintero was designated for assignment.
The development plan includes a "Cardinal's Nation" restaurant, a museum, a hall of fame and a beer garden.
A state audit of the attorney general's office pointed to three contingency fee contracts first solicited last year for private lawyers to represent the state.