The virtual school provision is part of a larger bill aimed at fixing the state's student transfer law, which legislative leaders have said is a top priority this session.
Company officials said the new service's Internet connection speeds of up to 1 gigabit per second — nearly 100 times faster than available in most U.S. homes — will match Google's current pricing of $70 a month.
All four finalists will tour the campus this month and meet with faculty, students and members of the public during open forums.
St. Paul's Episcopal Church was the third Episcopal church established in Missouri. A sale of the property is pending.
Republican lawmakers are working on tax-related bills to add exemptions and change the tax code.
Missouri Senate Majority Leader Ron Richard said the Senate won't convene until 4 p.m. Tuesday because of the weather.
The Museum of Westward Expansion underneath the Gateway Arch will be closed for two years for renovations.
In an ironic twist, a man convicted of murder is enlisting law enforcement in an attempt to get his conviction overturned.
In the continued fallout from falsified reports that led to an increase in ratings, the University of Missouri Kansas City professor who orchestrated the falsification resigned Friday.
In light of President Barack Obama's decision to ease trade restrictions on Cuba, Sen. Claire McCaskill will meet with diplomats, business owners and others in Cuba this weekend.
A man was indicted on suspicion of trying to set Ferguson Market aflame the night of a grand jury's decision not to charge police officer Darren Wilson with the killing of Michael Brown.
Students at Ritenour High School in north St. Louis County have stepped out of the classroom to cover weighty topics of race, youth and policing in the aftermath of Ferguson.
Senators on Thursday unanimously voted in favor of the measure, which would allow trained employees at those facilities to use the epinephrine auto-injectors commonly known as EpiPens.
Partners for the program include Operation Breakthrough, the Women's Employment Network and Amethyst Place, which provides housing for women in recovery and their children.
The Senate will now have a chance to consider the legislation, but it's unclear whether it will pass in that chamber.
Tom Schweich and Catherine Hanaway, the leading Republican gubernatorial candidates for 2016, also differ on transportation spending.
Latasha Williams lost her left eye in a drive-by shooting in September. Ocularist Bruce Cook made her a free replacement, which was surgically implanted Friday.
State Sen. Will Kraus, R-Lee's Summit, said the bill would protect businesses that would otherwise be unaware of applicable sales taxes in the event of a policy change.
Missouri Senators in a voice vote supported ramping back the lifetime limit on receiving welfare benefits from five years to four.
Save Northside STL is working with the Institute for Justice to counter the St. Louis' eminent domain efforts. Aldermen are expected to vote Friday on a bill that would authorize condemnation of nearly 50 homes in the area where the National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency might move into.