The Environmental Protection Agency's plans to spread tons of lead-laced soil over old mining grounds in Leadwood have angered some citizens, since Leadwood already has elevated levels of lead found in many yards. The EPA says it would grow grass over the mining spots of land and prevent lead from washing into the streams after it rains.
The Missouri Clean Water Campaign has filed a complaint against the Missouri Department of Natural Resources for withholding public documents.
The Missouri Department of Transportation plans to replace existing road signs with flourescent ones over the next decade.
After initiating a review of state contracts this past January, Gov. Jay Nixon's administration said it has saved roughly $2 million through renegotiations in contracts and travel reimbursement reductions.
Missouri will receive $41.7 million in Federal Recovery Act money for improvements to the St. Louis transit system.
The Cardinals are set to enter the second half of the season against the Diamondbacks on Friday.
The federal plan to help cities recover from auto plant closures will incorporate training programs for their former workers to learn the skills of high-growth industries, such as health care.
Missouri Attorney General Chris Koster plans to review a clean-water group's complaint that the Missouri Department of Natural Resources withheld public documents.
Loud-noise complaints led police to a car with two dead men inside.
The St. Louis Fire Department is focusing on disaster preparedness and has applied for a federal grant to buld three new firehouses.
A Missouri truck dealer is offering vouchers for AK47 assault rifles with the purchase of a pickup truck in August.
In 1974, Sedalia played host to the Ozark Music Festival, which was attended by about 160,000 concertgoers. While some remember the concert as a brief blight on the landscape, many recall a peaceful celebration by fun-loving individuals.
The Lambert Airport in St. Louis is opening the "Windows on St. Louis" exhibit, an interactive display designed to help visitors learn about the city as a tourist destination.
The Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation is offering dozens of Missouri libraries a total of about $956,000 in grant money. Other states also received grants.
The Missouri Public Service Commission is reversing their liability insurance requirement for homeowners generating their own power. However, if residents are negligent, they are still liable for damages.
Jefferson County authorities and the Missouri Water Patrol are involved in the search.
Seven cases of swine flu have been confirmed after 53 people became ill at the "Kids Across America" camp near Eagle Rock. Officials think the virus has been contained.
The Missouri Department of Natural Resources acknowledged it withheld a May report on E. coli levels in the Lake of the Ozarks. The department says it did so out of concern that releasing the report would hurt lake tourism and business.
The forum, which will include guests such as former Republican Sen. John Warner of Virginia, will explore the link between climate change and America's nation and energy security.
A federal appeals court on Thursday upheld a ruling against the distribution of Bibles in a southern Missouri school district, but South Iron district's legal representation said the ruling was a success because it did not overturn a new policy for distributing literature telling students where they can get Bibles.