The Missouri Department of Agriculture on Thursday announced 14 groups will receive block grants from the U.S. Department of Agriculture's specialty crop funds.
The ACLU and some clergy members question why police in Ferguson arrested protesters who have been described as peaceful.
The analysis showed that the Arch, completed in 1965, is in as good a shape as monuments half its age.
A U.S. district judge said the states, including Missouri, lacked legal standing to sue because they failed to show that the California law does genuine harm to their citizenry instead of just possible future damage to some egg producers.
The new $121.5 million schools pays tribute to the past with sculptures cut out of the trees that stood on the old high school's property, but it also looks to the future with a new curriculum. The building also features storm shelters large enough to house students and the community.
Lisa Irwin, also known as Baby Lisa, went missing on Oct. 4, 2011, when she was 10-months-old. Three years later, her parents and police continue to search for her.
Her donations are intended to help the Democrats gain ground in the Missouri legislature, where Republicans hold a two-thirds majority in both chambers.
The 145-mile stretch of the Rock Island line could become a bike path running parallel to the Katy Trail.
The UM System Board of Curators unanimously approved updates to the Collected Rules and Regulations, which were made in an attempt to strengthen the university's sexual misconduct and discrimination responses.
The post claimed grand jurors hearing evidence in the police shooting of an unarmed black 18-year-old haven't seen enough evidence to justify prosecuting the officer.
David Hosier says police committed an unreasonable search and seizure when they tracked his cell phone before arresting him.
The St. Louis Economic Development Partnership expects to pay $24,000 to a public relations consultant hired to respond to the Ferguson shooting.
Official actions by the political parties on constitutional amendments will allow them to campaign on the measures as part of their get-out-the-vote efforts for the Nov. 4 election.
Program managers say five veterans are expected to have their power switched off for unpaid bills.
The Missouri Department of Public Safety says more than 400,000 residents are registered to participate in the Great Central U. S. "ShakeOut" earthquake drill on Oct. 16.
The review follows the death of a 20-year-old handcuffed man who drowned May 31 in the Lake of the Ozarks.
The Consumers Council of Missouri said the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services denied its records request for rate information.
The commission also decided not to reconsider Noranda Aluminum's request for a reduction in its own electricity rates.
Missouri is among 45 states that adopted Common Core, but it is one of several now backing away.
The lottery had record sales of nearly $1.16 billion during the 2014 budget year that ended June 30. Yet the amount of lottery proceeds transferred to education declined to $267 million this past year from a high of nearly $289 million in 2013.