The department will now negotiate with FutureGen developers to move toward construction of the plant that would burn coal for power but store emissions of carbon dioxide underground. The Energy Department is to commit just more than $1 billion to construction of the plant.
Democrat Robin Carnahan reported receiving about $1 million this past quarter but spent more than Republican Roy Blunt, who reported raising more than $1.4 million from April through June. The two are the only declared candidates to replace retiring Republican Sen. Kit Bond.
Practices of the St. Louis Police Academy were found to have some inconsistencies, though no racial bias was detected. Last year, the Board of Police Commissioners hired a law firm to investigate complaints that black recruits were dismissed in disproportionate numbers for minor infractions.
The trial of Judy Pennington, who is charged with six counts of felony animal abuse, was scheduled to begin Wednesday but has been delayed. A new trial date has not been set.
The suit was filed against the Rev. Michael Ferymuth, the Archdiocese of St. Louis and its new Archbishop Robert Carlson. The lawsuit says the victim informed the archdiocese of the alleged sexual misconduct and was told Freymuth would be removed from ministry.
The amphibians, hellbenders, are native to the Missouri River Valley and a variety of factors are contributing to the species dissappearing. But an effort to protect and bolster the population is taking place at the St. Louis Zoo.
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Joseph G. Bannister was selected to be the chairman of the Missouri Technology Corporation, which helps private businesses link with universities conducting high-tech reserach.
The estimate includes an expected $33 million in direct spending by visitors and another $27 million felt as a ripple effect as the money spent recycles through the local economy.
A descendent of a Union soldier is undertaking an effort to document Civil War monuments and markers in southwest Missouri.
Missouri Lt. Gov. Peter Kinder will back a proposed constitutional amendment to require secret-ballot union elections.
Chris Koster will testify about mortgage and debt repair fraud before a U.S. Senate committee.
A task force has been assembled in St. Louis to better coordinate agencies that prepare for an respond to flooding.
Spending the night at the Jefferson County "bed and breakfast" on July 31 is to cost $50 a person or $90 a couple, with the proceeds benefiting the county's jail maintenance fund.
The Missouri Department of Economic Development reported Tuesday that seasonally adjusted unemployment hit a nearly 26-year high in June. The state shed 7,400 non-farm jobs.
Gov. Jay Nixon on Tuesday released $1.5 million in previously blocked tourism funds for the Tour of Missouri bicycle race. Its potential cancellation had garnered strong criticism from organizers and supporters.
A 47-year-old from Mexico, Mo., won the money from a scratch-off ticket. It was not the first time he has won playing Missouri Lottery games.
Federal agents infiltrated dogfighting rings in several states, leading to the arrest of at least a dozen people and the rescue of about 500 dogs.
The release of sections of Gloria Squitiro's journal, in which she expresses frustration with City Council members and mayoral staff, won't delay an employment discrimination lawsuit against the mayor. The trial is scheduled to begin July 27.
Gov. Nixon decided the state would allow funding so the race could continue after freezing $1.5 million in state tourism funding last week. Tour organizers said the freeze had forced cancellation of the race.