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.
Authorities are continuing to search in rough terrain for Robert Peters, who was last seen June 28 at Hidden Valley Campground in Wayne County.
Alvin Sykes is credited with being the force behind the Emmett Till Unsolved Civil Rights Crime Act that passed last year. The bill authorizes up to $135 million over 10 years for the investigations of civil rights era murders.
The African-American Business and Contractors Association says there is still an unacceptable lack of minority participation in construction projects.
College admissions experts are testifying before the commission investigating how politically connected students got into the University of Illinois over more qualified applicants.
The state's biggest wind-energy project so far is set to begin a month ahead of schedule.
A ballot initiative would change the way Missouri picks judges to a process more closely resembling how federal judges are picked.
Starting at 5 p.m. Tuesday, some of the interstate is to be closed, which may cause backups on Interstates 55 and 44, officials said.
Reginald Dickson of the St. Louis Rhythm and Blues Preservation Society wants to provide a place for R&B performances, education and preservation work.
While the legislation allows electric companies to charge Missouri customers for energy-savings initiatives, it should cost consumers less money in the long run, according to utility officials and some consumer advocates.
Richard DiPaolo, an assistant professor at Saint Louis University, has received a $75,000 grant to study whether T cells can be used to treat arthritis.
Officials from the university in Joplin have attributed the approximately 4 percent increase to the struggling economy.
The statewide damage equals about one-third of Missouri's annual timber harvest and included damage on private land, in the Mark Twain National Forest and in conservation areas, officials said