The Missouri Department of Agriculture has set a hearing where farmers, who lost money when a grain dealer went out of business, will learn how much they can expect to recover.
A proposed amendment creates $100 million for projects such as buildings, facilities and parks, which some say would be a misuse of state credit. Others point to this as an example of "good debt."
The Missouri House has endorsed a measure allowing pharmacies to decide whether or not they will stock emergency contraceptives or abortion pills.
Although Missouri as a whole voted against President Obama, Jefferson County didn't. He's stopping by Jefferson County on his 100th day in office to show his support.
Rep. Rob Schaaf, R-St. Joseph, compared expansion of government-run children's health care to economic slavery in March.
The House Tax Reform Committee passed the amendment, 7-4, along party lines. Democrats have raised questions about the constitutionality of the bill.
The beer giant will keep its headquarters of more than 600 years in Belgium despite the fact that the newly acquired Anheuser-Busch accounts for 40 percent of the company's business.
The nation's finest players are scheduled to participate in the country's most prestigious chess tournament in the new facility that features 150 chess boards and 10 flat-screen TVs.
The new owner of the Independence appliance store will be responsible for the $3,300 per month lease payment, and in return, will receive all appliances, parts and materials.
Manuel Cazares is charged with second-degree murder in the February deaths of his former girlfriend, 27-year-old Amanda Thomas, and 25-year-old Carl Patrick Epley. Cazares is an illegal immigrant whose status wasn't discovered until after his arrest.
Convicted in 1994 for the murder of a 19-year-old nursing student, Josh Kezer's exoneration two months ago was only the second part of what he considers his salvation.
House Democrats, many of whom are union members, fear it will "bust" labor unions.
State lawmakers and Gov. Jay Nixon are battling over how to spend the money given to Missouri in the federal economic stimulus package.
Missouri officials have requested the state's share of anti-flu medicine and masks from the federal government.
Attorney General Chris Koster filed documents Friday that ask the Missouri Supreme Court to not grant a stay of execution for Dennis Skillicorn. Skillicorn was convicted of killing an Excelsior Springs man in 1994.
The Labor Department plans to propose new rules that would protect workers from diacetyl, a chemical used to flavor popcorn, which has been causing severe lung disease as well as other repiratory illnesses.
A new plan for using Missouri's federal stimulus money for a tax cut will get its first airing in a House committee meeting today. It is estimated that the tax rebate would be about $500 per taxpayer.
A state audit says the Program Integrity Unit in the Department of Social Services lacks the staff and budget necessary to track and prevent wasteful spending by Medicaid health care providers.
James St. John began his office-organizing business, Re:Do, after being laid-off by Starbucks. He returned to work for Starbucks for health benefits.
In Kansas City's inner-city school system, 50 Teach for America recruits have kept with the program despite extremely tough conditions. The nationwide program claims that 90 percent of its teachers fulfill their two-year requirement in the nation's most challenging schools.