Some of the $22.9 million will be used to help businesses become more energy efficient, officials said. Once its energy plans have been implemented, Missouri is eligible to receive an additional $28.6 million.
The benefits are available to individuals in 28 counties. Individuals must be unemployed as a direct result of the storms.
A case invovles an infant who is less than one year old.
If passed, the climate change legislation would require the U.S. to reduce carbon dioxide and other greenhouse gas emissions that can lead to climate change by 17 percent by 2020 and about 80 percent by the next century.
In the study, researchers who sought municipal budgets from certain cities were asked why they wanted the information, and some cities required written requests.
The St. Louis medical school will receive $37 million to continue research in biodefense and infectious diseases.
Calls about mosquitoes in St. Louis County have increased since last year, and nearly 20 percent of the mosquitoes tested have turned up positive for West Nile.
New college students across the U.S. are transferring from private universities to lower-priced public institutions, often because of economic fears.
Crews have been closing hydrants by the dozens this week, and firefighters have grown frustrated because of the difficulties they sometimes face in the process.
Gov. Jay Nixon is set to make an announcement regarding the state budget for the 2010 fiscal year. He is expected to discuss budget cuts he will carry out in the coming year.
.The woman's body was found by a farmer in a drainage ditch on Wednesday.
Officials from the Missouri Department of Natural Resources are blaming the high levels at the beaches near U.S. 54 on water runoffs from recent storms and a large flock of geese.
Police say a sleepwalking man ignored his girlfriend's efforts to wake him, and reportedly fearing that he may turn aggressive, she grabbed a knife.
Joseph Bindbeutel was initially tapped in April for the Public Service Commission, but the Senate never acted, so the appointment was withdrawn.
The law, which is targeted at repeat drunken drivers, was passed in 2008 and goes into effect July 1. It applies to anyone convicted of applicable offenses in the past 10 years.
Two central Missouri residents are heading to Washington to lobby in support of a public health insurance option and the needs of rural Missourians.
The future of national park land in southern Missouri is to be up for public comment this week across the state, and Columbia public hearing about the future of the Ozark National Riverways.
People who live in Columbia and hail from other countries weighed in Tuesday on the heat wave.
Residents dealt with Tuesday's extreme heat in a number of ways, including with sweet tea and a dip in a creek.
Sheriff Glenn Boyer says the 24-year-old custodian of the dogs had returned home from a show in Iowa and planned to put the dogs in kennels in the garage.