The University of Missouri-Kansas City was one of three schools nationally to receive the top honor for volunteer service and civic engagement from the Corporation for National and Community Service last week.
The state treasurer is proposing a plan he said could inject millions of dollars into the state's economy in addition to helping banks and businesses.
Poor handling of absentee ballots for military personnel and their families living overseas has prompted Missouri legislators to introduce a new bill that will allow them to vote online, but the bill has its critics.
The nation's first stimulus-triggered project is the replacement of a 1933 bridge over the Osage River that had to be closed to large trucks in 2007 because of structural concerns.
A 2-year-old elephant is responding well to anti-viral medication after falling ill with a type of herpes infection that only hits elephants.
The reconstruction of Interstate 64 in St. Louis is expected to be completed by the end of the year.
Safe House for Women in Cape Girardeau has taken in three foreign women in 18 months who met their husbands on the Internet, only to be abandoned in the U.S.
The furloughs at NPG Newspapers, a publishing group based in St. Joseph, will affect 390 employees at newspapers throughout Missouri and Kansas.
A new bill proposes requiring a prescription for cold medications, which lawmakers believe would cut down on production of methamphetamine. Opponents of the bill argue it would increase patient costs and burden doctors.
One Missouri soldier is dead and another is ill as the result of meningitis.
Sen. Kit Bond wants more employment and affordable living in Missouri.
A 2005 study by the Center for Public Integrity ranked Missouri fifth in the nation for the number of lobbyists who had served in the legislature.
This is the second incest case in Missouri in recent months.
Utility customers in southern Missouri remain without electricity after an ice storm struck Jan. 26 and 27 and knocked down power lines.
With President Barack Obama expected to sign the federal stimulus into law on Tuesday, Missouri state lawmakers are looking at what that means for the state and whether accepting all of the money offered by the federal government is a good idea.
A bill aimed at curbing meth production would require a prescription for medicine containing the decongestant psuedoephedrine, often found in behind-the-counter drugs.
After receiving backlash against proposal to slice funding for UM, Missouri Gov. Jay Nixon reverses on positions.
Derick Hurt lost his right leg during the Iraq War five years ago. He has decided to have his left leg amputated and to win back the girl he loves.
The book-and-release policy for low-level offenders started in 2005 to save money, but often puts suspects back on the street with no charges, according to county officials who are suggesting a new system of probable-cause bonds.
The Joplin apartment, which has been nominated for placement on the National Register of Historic Places, was the scene of a shootout with the "Barrow gang" in 1933 that left two Missouri law enforcement officers dead.