The agency urged people in 20 cold-weather states and Washington, D.C., to get their car and truck undercarriages washed several times during and after the winter and to get their brake lines inspected for rust and replace them if necessary.
Gov. Jay Nixon signed a bill Thursday to exempt data storage centers from some state and local sales taxes. Nixon vetoed a similar bill last year.
The House on Wednesday gave initial approval to a measure that would provide tax credits to companies that increase their use of Missouri ports.
The unit — which will include one lieutenant, two sergeants and three officers — will study how departments around the nation interact with their residents.
Kimber Edwards had been scheduled to be executed May 12.
The victims, 50-year-old Robin Dinwiddle and her daughter, 27-year-old Kenda O'Leary, both of Eldon, died at the scene.
The measure passed on a voice vote and faces another vote before moving to the Senate.
The graphic video has shed new light on the investigation. Murder charges came quickly after the video was released.
The Bloch Family Foundation said it plans to pay for the $11.7 million gallery renovation at The Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art, which will begin this summer. This means almost 30 works from artists such as Monet and Van Gogh will be added sooner than had been expected.
At issue in the overnight session was an increase in social services funding of roughly $100 million less than proposed by the House.
The measure will not remove any superintendents currently serving on school boards, but it will prohibit any from running for re-election or election.
Twice as many Ferguson voters went to the polls Tuesday as compared to the April 2014 election, and elected three new City Council members, two of whom are black. Now half of the Ferguson City Council is African-American.
Republican Rep. Sheila Solon, of Blue Springs, said hospitals have been placing people on observational status instead of admitting them.
The measure would require the inclusion of information about sexual predators, particularly online.
The law at issue caps the percentage of revenue cities can collect from traffic violations at 30 percent and requires cities to file reports with the state and turn over any amount over that.
Several key parts of Missouri's $26 billion spending plan for next fiscal year will be resolved by negotiators.
A U.S. Bureau of Reclamation report released Tuesday is another step in the long-delayed project to bring Missouri River water to residents of northwestern North Dakota.
The virus H5N2 has caused outbreaks at turkey farms throughout the Midwest, including two in Missouri. Here are answers to questions including how the birds get the flu and what happens after that.
Mary Ann Twitty told The Associated Press on Wednesday that emails linked to her "were jokes," and that "of course I'm not racist."
Delinquent taxpayers would need to pay between Sept. 1 and Nov. 30 to qualify. They also would need to comply with state tax laws for the next eight years.