The Missouri Senate passed a bill Tuesday that would give Missouri residents the opportunity to vote on the federal health insurance mandate. Before it can appear on the ballot, however, it needs House approval.
MillerCoors and the NFL have decided to part ways after this season. Bud Light's sponsorship will begin in the 2011 season.
The Missouri House voted 109-42 to allow pharmacies to decide whether they want to stock the morning after pill.
The Missouri Gaming Commission plans to meet in mid-May to discuss the possibility of another casino opening after the President Casino closes this summer.
Missouri counties whose levees are not included in the plan to raise levees along the upper Mississippi River are unhappy.
Twin Rivers Foods has decided to keep it's chicken deboning plant in Neosho open, saving 485 jobs in the town. It was reported in February that it would close. The chief operating officer has declined to say what caused the change.
In February, the Missouri Supreme Court overturned a 1991 conviction of an Illinois man. After spending 20 years in prison, the man was released Friday.
Gov. Jay Nixon, Bill Bryan and former Columbia Mayor Darwin Hindman will all participate in the 20th anniversary celebration of the Katy Trail State Park.
Various state, county and city offices will close their doors for holidays this month.
State employees will see a reduction in reimbursement for travel expenses after the state legislature failed to eliminate Truman's Day, a state holiday.
Many Missouri House representatives across party lines opposed an amendment that would prohibit embryonic stem-cell research from being funded by University of Missouri System grants that was approved Monday.
Investigators questioned the registered owner of the sport utility vehicle found with a bomb in Times Square over the weekend. The owner is not considered a suspect.
Residents along the Katy Trail are welcoming tourists instead of putting up barriers. Early opponents worried about trash, noise and public encroachment onto their land, but now merchants meet to discuss how to boost tourism along the trail.
CEO Steve Jobs said demand keeps exceeding supply for the tablet and so far has sold twice as fast at the iPhone did when it was new. Apple has delayed the international launch of the iPad because of the unexpectedly strong U.S. sales.
Under the proposed dog-breeding measure, people could only have 50 breeding dogs and would be required to feed animals daily, provide annual veterinary care and not breed animals more than twice every 18 months.
The Mid-America Business Conditions survey index shows the economic outlook for nine Midwest and Plains states as positive, despite a small drop in business growth forecast in April.
The Senate is considering a photo ID requirement to vote this year after a similar law was declared unconstitutional by the state Supreme Court in 2006.
Gov. Jay Nixon will commemorate the 1990 opening of the trail's first segment at a Saturday ceremony in Rocheport.
F. Glenn Miller purchased radio ads in March that contained racist messages and criticized Jews, immigrants and minorities.
For shoppers, farmers markets are a place to find locally grown food. For those who run them, farmers markets are sometimes hectic business deals.