The company received nearly $7 million in tax incentives from the state.
The bill authorizes up to $1 million annually for a special envoy's office to promote freedoms for religious minorities in what the bill describes as the Near East and South Central Asia. The envoy would have the rank of ambassador.
Elephants from Larry Carden's farm near Springfield are giving rides at the Ozark Empire Fair for the first time.
Chance Harris, 13, has died following a collision of two dirt bikes at a state park in St. Francois County.
This fall, voters will consider amending the state Constitution to protect electronic communications and data from unreasonable search and seizure. But state and local law enforcement officials might already be doing what the amendment requires.
President Barack Obama is scheduled to visit Kansas City, where he's expected to speak about the economy.
The USDA's Food Safety and Inspection Service said Saturday it issued the public health alert after Kansas City-based VU Foods wouldn't recall breaded chicken products after it was determined they hadn't been inspected.
Rebecca Proctor, executive director of the Kansas Organization of State Employees, said Thursday there have been 17 inmate-on-staff batteries since June.
Kansas City Police Capt. Daniel Gates, director of the Kansas City Terrorism Early Warning Group, said he sent the report to the Department of Homeland Security's Federal Emergency Management Agency to be used to help evaluate the region's terrorism risk.
Gov. Jay Nixon on Friday appointed Maynard Wallace to fill the last vacant position on the eight-member education board. Wallace is a Republican from rural Thornfield in Ozark County who served in the state House from 2003 to 2011.
Total Quality Logistics, a national freight brokerage firm, plans to open a new office in St. Louis that could employ 95 people within the next five years.
A U.S. Office of the Inspector General report released Thursday found that the St. Louis veterans' benefits office mishandled one-third of the disability claims it processes. Qualified veterans were paid too much as well as too little.
The ban encompasses indoor and outdoor sites, including the sidewalks and in parking garages.
The Humane Society of the United States has contributed $375,000 to an effort to defeat a Missouri ballot measure creating a constitutional right to farm.
The museum says in a release that the events at the museum will include a panel discussion with World War I experts about the impacts of the war. Events are open to the public.
The airport says statistics for June show 589,071 passengers boarded flights, down 0.5 percent from June 2013.
A few hundred of the prefabricated, enamel-clad metal houses were erected in the Midwest after World War II, and there is one in Joplin.
Ila May Dimmitt has worked at Show-Me Antiques since 1968, telling tales of both the old world and the present one.
To date, Kansas City has spent about $10 million to refurbish the hall and surrounding outbuildings. The money has paid for a new roof, windows, ventilation and plumbing, among other things.
Online court records show the hearing on Francine Katz's motion on gender discrimination has been rescheduled for early September.