The Lottery Commission on Thursday approved a seven-year contract with Rhode Island-based GTECH Corp. to provide computer gaming systems and related services.
The round-table discussion will be held in Kansas City. A similar gathering was held in St. Louis earlier this month.
By getting to know their students at home, teachers can do a better job educating them in the classroom.
Angela Van Buskirk combines running and walking into what she would call "ralking." She'll ralk her fifth half-marathon Oct. 18 in Kansas City.
The retailer said hackers gained access to customer information at 395 stores between August and October, including two stores in Columbia.
A St. Louis city police officer shot and killed black 19-year-old Vonderrit Myers after a confrontation Wednesday. In response, activists and protesters are preparing demonstrations against racial profiling by police.
The state Department of Elementary and Secondary Education says the grant could expand preschool programs for 4-year-olds in what it describes as "high-need communities."
The program is meant to help low-income and first-generation applicants navigate the sometimes overwhelming process and increase the number of college applications in Missouri.
The Missouri Consolidated Health Care Plan says it will enroll same-sex spouses of state employees and retirees who have valid marriage licenses from other states.
Seven lobbyists reported the bill as going to "the entire General Assembly." Five other lobbyists reported the gifts, which also included cab fare to the restaurant, as going to the individual lawmakers in attendance.
Dealers have put in 30,000 advance orders in what Gov. Jay Nixon has deemed Missouri's "automotive success story."
County elections director Rita Heard Days said Tuesday that an additional 128 people registered to vote in Ferguson from Aug. 11 through Monday.
The organization is offering a private "round-table" conversation with U.S. Sen. Rand Paul, R-Ky., for a $5,000 donation.
During a visit to MU, the senator took the opportunity to get a reaction to the Campus Safety and Accountability Act, which would create a harsher financial penalty for universities that violate Title IX.
$200,000 will go to the Reinvest North County Fund to help local businesses that were damaged by looters.
Police have used what some call the "five-second" rule to enforce curfews during protests over the Aug. 9 fatal shooting of an unarmed black 18-year-old, Michael Brown, by a white Ferguson officer.
The Department of Transportation said it will be flashing messages on the signs this month urging people to focus on the road and wear their seat belts.
After the U.S. Supreme Court turned away appeals from five states seeking to prohibit same-sex marriages, Missouri Attorney General Chris Koster signaled that Missouri is backing away from defending its own same-sex marriage ban.
H&R Block announced Monday it would not be able to complete a deal to sell its banking business before next tax season.
Bishop James Johnston of Springfield opposes the expansion of a city ordinance that would prevent discrimination based on sexual orientation and gender identity.