Rep. Hulshof said Steelman isn’t acting in the public’s best interest.
The tuition break applies only to Missourians who have served in combat since the Sept. 11 attacks and may be used only at public colleges and universities.
The St. Louis-based company was charged with failing to conduct regular and rigorous reviews on the quality of executions.
Charter dropped plans to track Web use of Internet subscribers because some customers have expressed concern.
The legislation allows those working in Missouri but living elsewhere to take a tax reduction off their Missouri income
The 2007 law had been struck down by a Cole County judge but was overturned Tuesday in a 5-2 decision.
FEMA became a symbol of government bungling during Katrina efforts but are proving their worth in Midwest flooding crisis.
Former Southeast Missouri State employee found with files containing student Social Security numbers
A former employee of Southeast Missouri State University was found with data files that contained names and Social Security numbers of about 800 students. The data was recovered, and charges were filed against the former employee.
There is no incumbent in Missouri’s gubernatorial race. But that’s hard to tell from the way the Republican primary is shaping up.
The state unemployment rate charged upward last month, reaching its highest point in more than three years. Missouri’s unemployment rate also hit 6 percent in January 2005 and July 2004.
The Kansas Supreme Court says juvenile offenders have a constitutional right to a jury trial. In its 6-1 ruling Friday, the court said legislators have changed the juvenile system to make it more like the adult system.
Inland levees protecting Elsberry and eastern Winfield were still holding strong this morning and would likely hold back floodwaters during the river’s crest, said Andy Binder, spokesman for Lincoln County Emergency Management.
A Missouri health department veterinarian says the mosquito species most likely to breed in the floodwaters are “nuisance” species that leave welts and itchy bites, but they cannot spread the West Nile virus.
Mark Twain’s hometown relies heavily on the annual influx of tourists. However, flood perceptions are driving would-be visitors far from their vacation plans.
The Missouri senator and other lawmakers have been blunt about opposing the sale of the St. Louis icon.
Clarksvill is expecting volunteers from New Orleans to help prepare for flooding. Clarksville lies north of St. Louis, where the Mississippi is expected to crest at record levels.
The male calf was born Saturday at the zoo and stands more than 6 feet tall and weighs 143 pounds. Zoo visitors can see him with his mother.
The new license plates feature a bluebird and the “Show-Me State” nickname spelled without the hyphen. The state says it won’t fix this grammatical mistake.
Lori Drew was charged with a federal crime because no applicable state law existed.
Flooding is endangering many Missouri river towns and help is needed to reinforce levees.