Traffic light cameras in Kansas City are making good money from tickets, but not enough to pay the police officers tracking the traffic violators.
St. Louis roadwork along Interstate 64 could be completed before the end-of-the-year deadline.
Missouri Southern State University and Kansas City University of Medicine in Biosciences are partnering to create a four-year osteopathic medical doctorate program. Officials hope this could help relieve the physician shortage in the state.
Michael Wayne Ford Sr., who was eligible for parole when Gov. Bob Holden granted him clemency in 2005, was released from prison Wednesday. Ford was convicted of murdering a hitchhiker in 1977.
The chief executive officer of the combined company, which is to be renamed CenturyLink, said the focus of its approach is to provide broadband service in their markets.
Hexavalent chromium, a known carcinogen, was detected but not at levels that posed a danger to human health, an administrator with the Missouri Department of Health and Senior Services said.
After opening his first store in 1934, Buchheit expanded with more locations and branched out into agricultural and trucking operations in two states.
The law requires Missouri to seek competitive bids for offices that handle vehicle and driver's licenses and collect vehicle sales taxes.
Gov. Jay Nixon on Wednesday signed a bill naming a half-mile stretch of U.S. 160 in Springfield the "Rabbi Abraham Joshua Heschel Memorial Highway."
Creating a medical school at the university could potentially address the physician shortage in the southern half of the state.
With Gov. Jay Nixon's blessing, Missouri has taken its first steps toward adopting a common core of primary and secondary educational standards, pending the appointment of a new state education commissioner. Among other expected advantages, the standards would allow officials to compare Missouri test scores to those of other states.
The Mid-America Business Conditions Index rose to its highest level since September of last year, indicating that the region's economy is improving, but despite the rise, job losses persist.
State health officials said exposure leads to 20,000 new skin cancer cases in Missouri each year and recommend using sunscreen, wearing sunglasses and avoiding the sun between 10 a.m. and 4 p.m.
Despite the decline in the number of West Nile cases over the past six years, Missourians should still be cautious over the next few months.
A new billboard is going up along 1-70 in St. Louis, in time for the All-Star Game later this month in Busch Stadium. The billboard suggests a link between processed meats and colorectal cancer.
The firm will pay $155,000 to settle allegations that it illegally funneled money to former Missouri Rep. Dick Gephardt, who is not accused of any wrongdoing.
The city is apologizing for an Election Day incident in which police held training exercises in front of a polling place.
The legislation would require the state to award contracts for vehicle and driver's license offices through competitive bids.
Michael Wayne Ford Sr., who was convicted of murdering hitchhiker Larry Sansoucie in 1977, was released Wednesday after being granted clemency more than four years ago.
The tiger, Sheena, has adjusted to living near other tigers for the first time in her life after being found at a Seneca puppy mill in February.