The number of places served by the mobile units would be reduced to 16, from 42, when the state elimates its funding of the program as of Sept. 30.
After the global recession, U.S. farmers were left with too much milk and too many cows. Many are still paying more to maintain a herd than they are paid by processors for their raw milk.
Tyronne Allen, who has been answering questions about the law for more than 35 years, is retiring to travel and spend more time volunteering with his wife.
Aung San Suu Kyi is widely expected to be found guilty on charges of harboring a Missouri man who swam across a lake to her residence. John Yettaw of Falcon has pleaded not guilty to charges against him.
Under the proposed plan, the University of Missouri System could get $24 million to help instruct an additional 209 medical doctors, pharmacists, dentists, optometrists, nurses and other health care professionals.
Sgt. Paul Faris Brooks, 34, was from Joplin and was serving his second tour of duty. Two other soldiers were also killed in the attack.
Older teachers are weighing factors such as their spouse's employment situation, retirement savings and the overall economy before making their decision.
The flags will fly at half-staff to commemorate Memorial Day and the death of Lt. Roslyn L. Schulte of Ladue, who was killed while on duty near Kabul, Afghanistan.
St. Louis Metro officials plan to restore some of the transit cuts made earlier this year with $12 million in federal stimulus funds.
After Crescent Oil Co. Inc. and its subsidiaries filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection in February, Phillip Near, former president and majority shareholder, filed a lawsuit claiming the company's failure was caused by its buyout by Titan Global Holdings Inc., a Texas-based company.
One of Lance Shockley's attorneys said he believed the judge made an appropriate ruling in the case. However, an appeal is planned.
The money will come from the state's legal expense fund, which to date has spent more than $1.3 million on attorneys for defending Blunt and four former staff members, Attorney General Chris Koster said.
After a failed attempt at decriminalization of marijuana in Joplin, pot advocates look toward Springfield, Cape Girardeau and Blue Springs for future reprieves of the law. While Columbia isn't a target city, some exceptions for marijuana use have been legalized.
University of Missouri President Gary Forsee announced Thursday that 22 positions in the system would be eliminated, and these jobs range from lower-level administration to executive vice president.
John Jasinski, a vice president at Northwood University in Midland, Mich., has been named as Northwest Missouri State's new president. He will be formally introduced on Friday in Maryville.
The state acknowledge that it was delaying refunds so it could meet other cash flow demands.
Suu Kyi's supporters think some sort of trickery by the junta is behind John Yettaw's visit. His family insists he was just an admirer who wanted to interview the opposition leader.
Paul Wilson is Gov. Jay Nixon's top budget adviser and commands $4.4 billion worth of federal stimulus money in the Transform Missouri Project, and his background covers much more than just politics.
The St. Louis Public School District has confirmed its first case of a student with swine flu. Missouri has had 24 confirmed cases of swine flu, including a man in St. Louis County who died Tuesday.
While Missouri had the second-lowest price recorded around the nation, it was a bit misleading. The figure was posted in the early hours of Thursday morning before stations increased their prices by a dime or so in anticipation of Memorial Day holiday travel.