Northland CARE/MetroCARE, connects patients with primary or specialty care physicians willing to treat them without compensation. It’s the latest attempt in a patchwork effort to address the need millions of low-income people have for access to medical care.
Missouri Attorney General Jay Nixon sent out an alert Monday afternoon warning consumers to beware of what appear to be official state of Missouri checks.
JEFFERSON CITY — Republican Gov. Matt Blunt has amassed more than twice as much cash as Democratic Attorney General Jay Nixon as they build toward a likely showdown in the 2008 gubernatorial election.
A 3-year-old boy fell from a dock and drowned in Lake of the Ozarks, the lake’s eighth drowning of the year, authorities said.
The Buchanan County Sheriff’s Department will review its high-speed pursuit guidelines after a deputy died chasing a motorcycle at high speeds.
Attorneys for Michael Devlin said today they will request an expedited trial in the Shawn Hornbeck kidnapping case, one that they say would begin within six months of the request.
A Tour of Missouri is shaping up despite cycling’s recently tainted reputation.
State troopers seized $600,000 in cash in plastic-wrapped bundles from a semitrailer near Joplin, the Missouri State Highway Patrol said.
Importing live silver carp into the United States or transporting the invasive species across state lines will be illegal later this summer.
JEFFERSON CITY — Republican Rep. Carl Bearden, the No. 2 ranking member in the Missouri House, resigned Thursday to take an advocacy job in which he could end up lobbying his former colleagues on education issues.
JEFFERSON CITY — A federal judge has ordered the state to provide better notice to families before dropping their children’s health coverage.
Attorney General Jay Nixon announced a new Web site Thursday that will let consumers investigate complaints lodged against Missouri businesses.
Lady Bird Johnson, the former first lady who championed conservation and worked tenaciously for the political career of her husband, Lyndon B. Johnson, died Wednesday, a family spokeswoman said. She was 94.
The head of the Assemblies of God church will step down two years early, ending 14 years at the helm of one the nation’s largest Pentecostal groups.
A 12-year-old St. Louis boy accused in the stabbing death of a 13-year-old neighbor girl will remain in custody for now.
Missourians will no longer have to get a permit from their local sheriff’s office before they buy a pistol. With the governor’s signing last week of Senate Bill 62, Missourians can buy a handgun without undergoing a background check by local law enforcement.
Missouri State University has paid almost $700,000 to nine departing employees in the past five years, nearly half of that to cut ties with an associate professor who was outed as a sex offender and a former women’s basketball coach.
Six people were sent to jail after a fight outside of a suburban St. Louis wedding reception during the weekend.
Former Supreme Court Judge Ronnie White has joined a St. Louis law firm specializing in personal injury cases.
State revenues grew 5.2 percent during Missouri’s recently concluded fiscal year, due largely to a strong increase in individual income tax collections.