Sen. Kurt Schaefer, R-Columbia, discussed a few state issues at the annual Republican Party Lincoln Days convention.
A recent report from the Missouri State Highway Patrol helped clear city administrator Steve Rasmussen in a January hit-and-run accident.
The Missouri Agriculture Department has taken control of a Joplin biodiesel company that owes more than $2.4 million.
Edward Kropf, a member of the Amish Mennonite community, died in a car crash on Friday. The accident involved the collision of a pickup truck and a tractor-trailer.
Amid unexplained firings, a stronger whistle-blower policy emerges at Kansas City University of Medicine and Biosciences.
Lincoln University becomes only central Missouri university to offer an Environmental Science master's degree program.
Amidst a financial crisis, Kansas lawmakers are considering a tax hike on liquor to generate more support for state run programs.
After Friday's incident outside the Gaines/Oldham Black Culture Center, MU Chancellor Brady Deaton released a statement.
Cotton balls were scattered in front of the center overnight.
State officials reported Thursday that a captive white-tailed deer in northeast Missouri has tested positive for chronic wasting disease. Here are some frequently asked questions — and answers — about the disease from the Missouri Department of Conservation.
The northeast Missouri woman's scheme defrauded farmers out of more than $27 million.
A northeast Missouri farm has been quarantined to research the disease.
An American Airlines flight is forced to return to Kansas City International Airport two days in a row.
Cathy Gieseker pleaded guilty in fedeal court to a Ponzi scheme, receiving a nine-year prison sentence. Now state prosecutors are trying to decide how to proceed in the state suit.
Trout fishing season begins Monday. The Missouri Department of Natural Resources is expecting thousands of fishermen and women to turn up at state parks.
Rep. Timothy Jones, R-St. Louis County, has two bills in the House General Laws committee that would tighten the Missouri Sunshine Law. One piece of legislation would require a four-day notice prior to a meeting that will discuss tax increases, eminent domain, zoning concerns and tax increment financing.
This bill makes illegal the "suspension rule" that allows insurance companies to indefinitely hold claims. The House sponsor said the bill would lower health care costs overall.
The release of a Senate committe report is being delayed until next week. The report contains information about people getting sick in the Lake of the Ozarks.
A captive Linn County deer tested positive for chronic wasting disease.
The 2009 law's wording led to confusion among prosecutors and judges, and state officials needed to resolve the confusion by the end of February to pursue cases.