Community-acquired Methicillin-resistant staphylococcus aureus, a type of staph infection, is a recently found illness that is more easily treatable but capable of more damage.
The state provides as much public school funding as the Missouri Constitution requires, a Cole County judge ruled Wednesday.
If the Missouri Ethics Commission rules that the gubernatorial candidates must refund excess campaign donations, Gov. Matt Blunt would have to return $4.2 million, and Attorney General Jay Nixon would have to return $1.3.
The demand for the kits, which provide digital and DNA records of children, has risen in response to prominent Missouri kidnapping cases.
Gov. Matt Blunt’s higher education initiative calls for MOHELA to pay the state $350 million over several years. The money will fund various college construction projects.
The pot pies were being pulled from store shelves Wednesday at the company’s request, but a prominent food poisoning lawyer criticized the decision not to recall the Banquet and generic pot pies.
Some legislators said they were getting frustrated about whether the state should should regulate the Missouri State High School Activities Association.
The veterans group that organizes Memorial Day air shows in Columbia reached the end of the road Tuesday on its quest to prevent the public from protesting during the event.
“There shouldn’t be an apple around here,” said orchard owner Paul Peters of central Missouri. “We didn’t expect anything to make it.”
BNIM Architects will rebuild Greensburg, Kan., which was almost destroyed by a tornado in May.
The attention received by a YouTube video of Jay Nixon allegedly arriving at a campaign stop in his state car demonstrates how the video site has entered the realm of Missouri state politics.
Governor Matt Blunt and Attorney General Jay Nixon snipe and snarl as gubernatorial race approaches.
Some Missouri bridges found in decent shape and others given repairs in wake of inspections following the Minnesota bridge collapse.
A new site provides the public with a record of businesses with revoked sales tax licenses. The site is updated weekly.
Roderick Nunn was named as the director of education and work force innovation on Thursday.
Wayne H. Pettyjohn and his son, Francis Dwayne Pettyjohn, of Howell County, operated the largest illegal still discovered in Missouri in 30 years.
The U.S. Attorney General says the company admitted blame for a 2003 chemical accident in Martinsburg.
A study group is trying to create a funding strategy for all of Missouri’s public four-year universities.
Opening arguments are scheduled to begin Thursday in a Kansas City federal courtroom in the trial of Lisa Montgomery, who is accused of kidnapping and strangling pregnant Bobbie Jo Stinnett and removing her eight-month-old baby with a kitchen knife.
Judge Patricia Breckenridge, the newest judge on the Missouri Supreme Court, questioned attorney’s claims in rape case on her first day on the job.