MoDOT officials outlined more than $70 billion of Missourian wants, needs and projects from across that state. But the Department predicts only $17.3 billion of funding will be available over the next 20 years.
Last year, Missouri's 17 wins marked its highest total since the 2006-07 season. One year later, Missouri features one of the Southeastern Conference's younger teams. Fourth-year coach Robin Pingeton expects her team to show signs of their youth early in Friday's competition.
We are praying for the end of abortion. Abortion hurts. It not only hurts the baby physically, but it hurts the mother and father and all who are involved.
Missouri is about $600 million short on its funding formula for elementary and secondary education. In Kansas, lawmakers are threatening to defy a court order to do a better job of financing the education of young Kansans.
The new water quality rules set specific limits for pollutants discharged into an additional 90,000 miles of rivers and streams, and 2,100 lakes.
The shift of people into new health insurance markets under Obama's law would reduce overall financial risks for each state's insurance pool and save money for the taxpayers who are subsidizing new coverage.
La'Trelle loved listening to music, dancing and the outdoors. He died on Oct. 28.
Human life begins at conception, and abortion is the direct killing of an innocent. Abortion harms mothers physically and mentally.
Alexander Steen scored his NHL-leading 14th goal in 14 games, Brian Elliott stopped 18 shots for his 100th career win and the St. Louis Blues beat the Calgary Flames 3-2 Thursday night.
Police in Louisiana, Mo., used a stun gun on a man as he tried to re-enter his burning home to rescue his 3-year-old stepson. The child died in the fire.
The Food and Drug Administration is requiring the food industry to phase out artifical trans fats.
Missouri fourth- and eighth-graders hold steady in math and reading proficiency.
Thirty-nine-year-old Melissa Ireland, of Henley, was placed on two years of unsupervised probation after entering the plea Wednesday in Cole County.
Judges from the three districts of the Missouri Court of Appeals occasionally hold sessions outside their regular courtrooms to help the public observe their work.
The new National Guard recruits were cheered for, and rightfully so.
A foe of the bill, Speaker John Boehner, R-Ohio, has signaled that the Republican-led House is unlikely to even vote.
Shares of Twitter went on sale to the public Thursday. It was valued at $31 billion by the end of the day, 70 percent above the offering price.
If you don't normally care about Missouri volleyball, why should you care now? The team is 27-0 and now ranked No. 7 nationally.
A House committee dug into budget numbers Wednesday that showed potential savings to state general revenue if it were to approve Medicaid expansion.
Warming centers are now available throughout Columbia for those who need a place to keep warm.