With the completion of a project in Jefferson City that will turn landfill gas into electricity, Columbia Water and Light has met its requirement to generate or purchase at least 5 percent of its energy output from renewable sources.
Department of Corrections Director George Lombardi said it was costing too much to provide security while media personnel conducted interviews.
The company is deciding where to build a new drug distribution center.
Jim Feeney, a Missouri Department of Transportation crew leader, is walking 87.2 miles on the Katy Trail to raise money for a memorial honoring transportation workers killed at work.
Gas from the landfill is being piped to a facility where it is used to create energy purchased by Columbia Water and LIght.
The workers laid off worked on designing new stores in Bass Pro Shop's design and development office. Bass Pro Shops Manager Larry Whiteley said the company isn't currently building stores because of the economy.
Excelsior Springs fire officials are trying to determine what caused the fire that destroyed the Tails B Waggin kennel and an adjoining thrift store, Meet the Need. All 16 dogs in the kennel were rescued.
The fire happened Sunday morning at the River Crest Apartments in Shrewsbury, outside St. Louis, after a blanket was too close to a space heater, leading the evacuation of about 50 people. No one was injured.
This year, 254 of the nation's colleges and universities in 37 states have such programs, up 27 percent over the year before. According to the Entertainment Software Association, which monitors the game industry, video-game design is the fastest-growing industry in this country.
Campaign finance reports show a strong challenge to three incumbent Missouri U.S. House members in the 2010 race. Early fundraising shows several aspiring politicians raising large amounts of money.
More than 100 jobs in the Division of State Parks and Historic Sites will be eliminated because of "challenging economic times," said Bill Bryan, the deputy director of the Department of Natural Resources. The cuts are expected to save $3.7 million this fiscal year.
Officials can't say whether the increase is coming from more crimes being committed, more criminals simply being convicted, or courts clearing out backlogs of cases.
An Illinois woman who was convicted of slaying her husband in 1979, but cleared in the slayings of her husband's parents, was freed last week.
People posing as AmerenUE representatives have been calling customers and asking for their credit card or checking account numbers. AmerenUE says customers who gave out their financial information in response to the scam should cancel their credit card, alert their bank and call the police.
The trial date for the Missouri couple who owned a group home that caught fire in November 2006 has been postponed. An attorney requested that the trial be pushed back after learning that further charges will be filed, though that has not been confirmed by the U.S. Attorney's Office for the Western District of Missouri.
Gov. Jay Nixon picks Alana Barragan-Scott of Columbia to head the state Revenue Department. She has been serving as the department's interim director since July.
Former Missouri U.S. Sen Jim Talent is launching a think tank, to be known as the American Freedom and Enterprise Foundation, that will promote free market principles that he feels have drifted away from Washington in recent years.
An organic farming family in Clarksville talks about how they see the future of food. The Brabo family says the tide is turning toward locally grown food.
In a process where computers and Internet access are absolutely essential to identifying and applying for employment opportunities, it is an assumption that thrusts the impoverished job-hunters in the hole.
Inspired by a Christian author's book, Central Christian Church revolutionizes a service to better suit "nonchurchy" individuals.