"The Mizzou Connection Program" will make transfering from Moberly Community College to the University of Missouri an easier experience.
A Sedalia couple received a free tour after being pulled over in Kalona, Iowa. Kalona's Chamber of Commerce and Washington County sheriff pulled over people with out-of-state license plates as an attempt to boost tourism.
A cross hung by a manager in a downtown Schnucks creates uneasiness among Jewish customers.
Governor Jay Nixon's recent appointment of Kelley Martin to a partisan slot on the Missouri Development Finance Board is creating controversy. Martin's listed political ideology — Republican — doesn't match his past political donations.
After suffering an investment loss in the past fiscal year, the pension fund board for state employees will increase the contribution made by taxpayers.
State officials said 4,617 borrowers in Missouri are in default on their student loans and attributed the increase to high unemployment rates.
Fort Leonard Wood man went missing while mountain climbing.
For Benton and Maryville high schools, Matt Ziesel's touchdown run Monday was a special moment. The 15-year-old freshman made his season debut and scored his team's only touchdown with help from both sides.
The talk with some of the region's business executives will focus on opportunities and challenges facing Missouri businesses.
With stimulus money going away in 2012, the president of Southeast Missouri State University Ken Dobbins said unless state revenue grows significantly, tough financial decisions will be necessary.
For people with outstanding warrants in Fenton and Valley Park, Saturday is a day of amnesty. For one day only, they can turn themselves in and resolve their pending cases.
The students were allegedly seen around school showing off large wads of cash. They are facing burglary-related charges.
A faculty group has lodged 23 complaints against President Bruce Speck, whose contract is subject to a yearly review.
A new Department of Economic Development director is needed after the resignation of Linda Martinez.
The unidentified 24-year-old woman had no other pre-existing conditions or illnesses, similar to other H1N1-related deaths.
Joe Al Howell, who died Wednesday, was the university's president for 18 years.
The 77-year-old Missouri man was from Liberty. Hawaii County police have ordered an autopsy.
The Missouri Department of Natural Resources will hold a series of public meetings in five cities. Columbia is not selected as a meeting site.
The override measure on Nixon's veto on the dome-key measure failed 86-71, which was 109 votes short of a two-thirds majority.
Missouri's education commissioner said the state will participate in the national competition for $4.3 billion in Race to the Top, but it will not apply for the federal grants during the first phase.