It had been printed every two years until a 2010 law barred its continued paper publication. The intent was to save about $1.7 million in costs.
A Missourian analysis finds blacks are stopped by Columbia police for "investigative" reasons four times more than the state says they ought to be, based on their share of the population.
The bill, which passed the Missouri Senate 25-8 Wednesday, would force the Revenue Department to stop scanning driving applicants' documents and securely destroy copies of already scanned documents.
The two-part legislation is intended to reverse some of the consequences stemming from a 2005 state law that overhauled Missouri's workers' compensation system.
The St. Louis Post-Dispatch reports that two cases of explosives were taken Monday night from a business near Troy.
Missouri districts that lose state accreditation currently have two years before state education officials can step in.
A decision by the panel found that former Democratic Sen. Robin Wright-Jones used campaign money for personal expenses such as food and clothing, as well as other reimbursements and reporting infractions.
Jan Brunstrom-Hernandez, who founded the Cerebral Palsy Center at St. Louis Children's Hospital 15 years ago, has cerebral palsy, giving her a special empathy for the people she treats.
The liquor industry dispute began after a 2011 federal court ruling.
The legislation requires foster children ages 15 through 18 to visit to a Missouri community, technical or four-year college.
The legislation would require a margin of less than one-half of a percent to request a recount.
Currently, school districts that lose accreditation have two years before state education officials can step in.
The state sales tax, which officials estimate could generate nearly $8 billion over a decade, would require voter approval to take effect and would be resubmitted to the ballot every 10 years.
The Democratic governor had said he would accept the tax-break repeal only if it were part of a broad-based overhaul of Missouri's numerous tax credit programs.
Ian McCaslin confirmed to The Associated Press that he no longer is director of the MO HealthNet Division of the Department of Social Services.
Senate President Pro Tem Tom Dempsey said the measures are too complex to bring up with just a few days remaining before Friday's mandatory adjournment.
If approved by voters in the November 2014 election, the amendment would protect farmers against potentially unfair regulations, supporters say.
The Ticket to Work program covers more than 1,300 Missouri residents but is due to expire in August.
The division says an online database initially would include 554,000 claim records, with about 13,000 records added annually.
John Joseph Rizzo won a Democratic primary for a state House seat in August 2010 by a lone vote and went on to win the general election that fall.