Joe Bindbeutel, former DNR deputy director, said he didn't release a report that showed high bacteria levels at Lake of the Ozarks because he first wanted to know what was causing the bacteria problem.
The Office of Administration reported that Missouri revenues through August are down 5.6 percent from a year ago. Tax refunds rose 9.4 percent through August, contributing to the decline in state revenues.
The NAACP is urging MoDOT to hire more minority contractors, who now only receive 1 percent of stimulus-related contracts from the department.
The 40-acre Carondelet Coke production plant will be developed into a park using over $6 million in state money.
A Health Department official said the cooler, drier weather this summer made it easier for the virus to attach to cells.
As Missouri prepares for the arrival of some of the world's top cyclists, some of the city's biking enthusiasts look for ways to participate in the race.
Despite years of high sales, manufacturers of farming equipment project a decline.
A hacker gained access to a southeast Missouri woman's Facebook account and claimed to her Facebook friends that she was stuck in England and needed to be wired emergency funds.
A Missouri man's trial for allegedly killing three people in Texas will restart after it was delayed for DNA test results.
A small drop in gasoline inventories has pushed oil prices higher Wednesday amid hopes that demand for gas may be on the upswing. Consumers haven't yet seen any effects from the slight increase.
Missouri will have to pay an extra $65 to $85 million to make up for recent losses in the system's investment income.
Volunteers can help with the ongoing archaelogical dig starting again on Saturdays in September.
The Columbia School Board, which was a part of the original lawsuit, was not among those who filed the appeal with the Missouri Supreme Court.
The attorney general recommended that the Missouri Department of Natural Resources revise its Sunshine Law policies following a complaint that DNR violated the law by delaying release of a report showing high levels of E. coli in the Lake of the Ozarks.
State officials are trying to curb the cost of next year's likely expensive pension system.
The state's Agriculture Department requested the review after two alleged grain fraud schemes cost farmers tens of millions of dollars this year. The audit is to include recommendation about how state officials could spot fraud sooner.
The state's House Minority leader was among those at rally who spoke in favor of health care for all Americans.
The teacher is now a candidate for the National Teacher of the Year award.
After alleged fraud schemes cost farmers tens of millions of dollars, State Auditor Susan Montee will review the Missouri Department of Agriculture's Grain Regulatory Services program.
The Missouri Department of Labor predicts that Missouri will accumulate as much as $2.7 billion in federal loans for unemployment benefits over the next five years.