Missouri has finally found a way to draw more federal Medicaid money. The bill that places a tax on health care providers passed through the Missouri House on Monday. If it is approved by Gov. Jay Nixon, the money from the taxes will be used to increase the federal Medicaid money coming in.
Power outages remain in southern Missouri after Friday's storms.
A deer ran into Kansas City International Airport early Monday morning. It eventually ran into an office, where officers from Kansas City Animal Control and Department of Agriculture's Wildlife Services tranquilized, and later euthanized, it.
A lot of these companies are based in the St. Louis area. The St. Louis Better Business Bureau receives numerous complaints about the companies every month.
Time is running out in this legislative session, but sponsors see hope for the future.
An MU professor blames the abundance of habitat and hosts. With 4 million deer in the state, many in urban areas and the creation of back-to-nature areas, the little buggers have lots of places to live and multiply.
Customers of Smash-N-Shatter can break shot glasses, plates or bring their own breakable items.
Gov. Jay Nixon declared a state of emergency to make state resources available for cleanup. Three people died in Missouri as a result of the storms.
Mickey Carroll, who died Thursday, signed his assets over to his caretaker four months before he died. Carroll's family says the caretaker took advantage of him.
Officers responding to 911 calls did not file a police report or refer the case to the vehicular crimes section of the department.
Phillip Forte, 88, is suing the Kansas City suburb of Oakview for $5 million after claiming that a police officer broke his arm during a traffic stop.
Thunderstorms stretched from Arkansas and northern Mississippi to Tennesee and Kentucky. Areas of Missouri and Illinois have been declared disaster areas.
Missouri senators backed the state's higher education budget 29-4, but some expressed concerns over plans to increase the budget for the 2010 fiscal year.
Gov. Jay Nixon called a state of emergency to help counties respond to the storms that caused deaths, injuries and damage in Missouri.
After making draperies for the Lives Under Construction Boys Ranch home in Lampe with which her church was involved, Janeen Burnham was so moved by the boys' stories she wrote "Miracles of Restoration."
Those who were young in the decades when coming out was not an option are now becoming gay activists, giving the movement members who are more established in their communities and secure in their jobs.
A Kansas City man is charged with robbing First Federal Bank after being identified by the driver's license from the wallet he left at the bank.
The driver is currently being held in Jackson County on suspicion of child endangerment and assault on police officers.
A strong storm system moving across southern Missouri on Friday morning created a few small tornadoes and damaging winds up to 80 mph.
Sen. Claire McCaskil and Sen. Dick Durbin of Illinois are lobbying for a high-speed rail corridor between St. Louis and Chicago.