Climate Corp., started six years ago by two Google Inc. veterans, uses massive amounts of data to develop hyper-local weather forecasts for farmers.
The refrigerator and cupboards of Clarisa Damron were laid bare by unexpected and traumatic medical conditions.
Huntsville Police Chief William "Buddy" Stuck was found dead shortly before 5:30 a.m. Wednesday at his home in the central Missouri town.
Missouri is among several states vying to produce the Boeing 777X commercial airplane. Alabama, California, South Carolina, Texas and Utah also are pursuing the project.
Here is a quick look at the Missouri Hunger Atlas. Why was it created? How was the data for the study collected? What are the limitations of the study?
Gov. Jay Nixon is announcing $10 million in Start Smart funding for pre-K programs. The governor has said he wants to focus on improving preschools to benefit the state's economy in the long-term.
In a joint statement, Sen. Paul LeVota, of Independence, and state Rep. Genise Montecillo, of St. Louis, specifically cited Nicastro's handling of a cost estimate for the teacher tenure ballot measure.
City Prosecutor Lowell Gard told the Public Safety Committee on Monday that like Ellisville, Kansas City and other cities had been assigning liability of red-light camera tickets to the owner of the vehicle that ran the red light. But with the proposed change, he said Kansas City would assign liability to the vehicle's driver.
Jeremy Johnson pleaded guilty June 24 to two counts of involuntary manslaughter in the Dec. 2, 2011, deaths of Diondre Johnson and Michael McCrimmons, both 19 and from Springfield. Shock incarceration, however, is not an option for an involuntary manslaughter conviction.
The plan would give students who receive Bright Flight scholarships the option for an extra $5,000 annually for agreeing to work full time in Missouri immediately after school.
The city of Ellisville and American Traffic Solutions — which installed and operates red light cameras — have asked the Missouri Supreme Court to hear a case in which the Missouri Court of Appeals Eastern Division ruled Ellisville's ordinance was not enforceable.
No injuries or property damage were reported in Bonne Terre or surrounding areas where the quake was also felt.
Philip Berger, 56, claimed he developed inflammation of the lung after breathing contaminants from a chemical used to cool cutting tools at Copeland Scroll Compressors, a firm owned by Ferguson-based Emerson Climate Technologies. Emerson plans to appeal the verdict.
Missouri State Parks bought the more than 300-acre property known as Camp Zoe at auction for $640,000 plus closing costs.
Jeffrey Weinhaus, 47, was convicted last month of charges of assaulting a law enforcement officer, armed criminal action and illegal morphine possession, as well as a marijuana misdemeanor.
Inspectors went to the zoo last month to examine the care and management of the 41-year-old female elephant named Patience who crushed John Bradford.
The quest to change Missouri's tax brackets has support from both conservative and liberal groups but has remained difficult to accomplish because of the eye-popping cost of catching up with history.
A proposal to build a 360-mile aqueduct would reroute as much as 4 million acre feet of Missouri River water to western Kansas for irrigated farming. Gov. Nixon sent a letter to Kansas Gov. Sam Brownback expressing his concerns.
Ron Richard, R-Joplin, said it should be "a no-brainer" for lawmakers to authorize incentives for Boeing Co. to choose Missouri over other states as the production location for the the Boeing 777X commercial airplane.
Kansas City Council is considering severing ties between the museum and Union Station.