Lillie Mae Fletcher died Thursday, Jan. 24, 2013, at University Hospital. She was 79.
Jill Teresa Johnson died Sunday, Jan. 20, 2013. She was 37.
Wallace Jackmon Sr. of Columbia died Sunday, Jan. 20, 2013. He was 79.
Goalie Jaroslav Halak saved 13 shots for the Blues, who moved to 3-1 on the season.
Under a new Department of Education directive, schools would be required modify athletic programs for students with disabilities.
Missouri's transportation commission chairman, Rudy Farber, proposed a 1-cent sales tax Thursday that would address shortfalls for roads, bridges and other infrastructure needs. Officials estimate cities and counties each could receive $396 million over 10 years.
Good Jobs First, a Washington-based nonprofit, issued a report Thursday criticizing the practice of offering tax incentives to persuade businesses to relocate to new states, including Missouri and Kansas.
Business lobbyists may praise proposals modeled on Kansas' tax cuts, Democrats, budget analysts and a teachers' union representative warn against adopting them.
Almost all the jobs disappearing are the mid-skill, mid-pay jobs — jobs with salaries ranging from $37,000 to $68,000 — that form the backbone of the middle class in developed countries in Europe, North America and Asia.
Martin Ford wrote a book called"The Lights in the Tunnel," which is about what would happen to the economy if machines keep replacing human workers.
Missouri senators question a $5.6 million airplane purchase by Doug Nelson, one of Gov. Jay Nixon's top appointees.
The report cites the battle between Kansas and Missouri over businesses in the Kansas City area as the most intense "jobs border war" in the nation.
Pseudoephedrine in medicines should be carefully tracked without causing collateral damage to cold sufferers.
Coke's new commercials addressing obesity are just trying to conceal the truth behind their sugary drinks.
Proposed legislation would require the state auditor to compile a report comparing the costs of capital punishment with the costs of a life prison sentence.
Rep. Jake Hummel said he replaced Rep. Penny Hubbard on four committees with other Democrats because of her actions Wednesday and additional past issues that have included her office space and other votes.
The demolition has been delayed because of a possibility of precipitation on Sunday.