La Causerie, a low-cost, low-pressure language program for adults, was founded in 1913 and now boasts its largest staff and student body yet.
Churches on the Streets is a ministry in St. Louis that offers free meals to the homeless on Monday nights and provides a religious sermon in an attempt to improve their situation.
Missouri lawmakers gave final approval Friday to a plan offering up to $1.7 billion in incentives over more than two decades if Boeing agrees to assemble a highly sought-after passenger plane in the St. Louis area.
The competition underscores Boeing's commanding bargaining position in an economy where top-notch manufacturing jobs remain scarce.
Cloud's Meats Inc. of Carthage voluntarily recalled the meat after routine testing detected E. coli in samples last month.
The governor appointed Christine Bertelson, of Webster Groves, to the 21st Circuit Judicial Commission.
The Senate's 23-8 vote in a special session sends the measure to the House days before Gov. Nixon's Tuesday deadline to submit a proposal to Boeing.
MFA Oil spokesman Tom May said MFA Oil has no specific plans for the property but likes its proximity to U.S. 63.
St. Louis area community colleges will now train students for aerospace manufacturing jobs after Boeing initiatives passed Wednesday.
The panel recommended that the legislature look at providing more money for early childhood education.
This week Missouri legislators are debating Gov. Jay Nixon's proposal to offer tax incentives to Boeing in hopes of luring thousands of jobs to the state. Columbia legislators offer their take on the bill.
The proposed incentives, which are dependent on the creation of thousands of new jobs, cleared their first test Tuesday evening by passing a Senate committee.
Parts of the St. Louis region and Cape Girardeau in southeast Missouri have been victimized by significant sinkholes in recent years.
The project, called Apps for Apes, involves orangutans in 20 zoos in North America and New Zealand and is designed to stimulate the animals' brains and enrich their lives.
Only 572 people participated in the event this October, with most running the half-marathon and 5K run.
Pony Express Council officials said Camp Geiger's concrete shelters are expected to be built by December 2015.
Lawmakers began a special session Monday afternoon, and Gov. Jay Nixon says Missouri faces a Dec. 10 deadline to submit an offer to Boeing.
Temperatures in Columbia will be in the 50s and 60s early this week, but on Wednesday a cold front will bring frigid temperatures. Snowfall is expected on Thursday.
The state's requirement that insurance navigators receive training and pay a fee is under fire from a group of medical organizations.
Webb said he believes the criminal charges "will work themselves out," but that he didn't want his colleagues and constituents to be harmed by the distraction of his legal challenges.