The proposed incentive pairs electric bill cuts with state and local tax credits for new and expanding companies in Ameren Missouri's territory.
The bill would stop the state from extending or issuing new bonds without approval from the legislature.
The measure also would expand the A+ Scholarship to students studying divinity and theology and would require colleges charge some immigrant students an international tuition rate.
Superintendent Kelvin Adams presented data that showed out-of-school suspensions across the district are down from about 11,500 in 2008-09 to nearly 4,000 last school year.
A woman from Bonne Terre, who was convicted of stealing from the restaurant where she worked, appeared headed for deportation to Thailand until the immigration case was dismissed Monday.
UMSL plans to demolish the Congregation of the Sisters of Charity of Incarnate Word Convent and turn it into green space.
Jeff Pittman serves as statewide vice president of corporate college services and online education at Ivy Tech Community College of Indiana. Pittman will begin in July as chancellor at the St. Louis college.
The sheriff's office identified the woman as 22-year-old Karissa Warren of Kansas City, Kansas. Her body was discovered Sunday in rural Leavenworth County, and her death is being investigated as a homicide.
Brown Shoe CEO Ken Hannah said the company is "cautious about the potential for product delays in the first half of the year."
Plans had called for the Academie Lafayette to run the school for the district in the Southwest Early College Campus.
A Florissant man's parents are suing the archdiocese claiming his 2009 suicide was the result of sexual and emotional abuse by a priest.
The buck killed in Centertown — some 40 miles from the state's containment zone — was the 14th Chronic Wasting Disease case confirmed this season in free-range deer.
The sentence hearing for Joycelynn Brown has been set for April 27.
Though Senate Democrats have blocked past efforts to reinstate malpractice lawsuit caps, the endorsement of the measure represents a compromise between Democratic and Republican lawmakers.
The Department of Justice's 102-page report frequently cited City Manager John Shaw's role in encouraging Ferguson police officers to aggressively fine motorists as a means to generate revenue.
A House budget committee approved a series of spending bills Tuesday, including the additional education money and restrictions on funds for commissioners and the governor to fly on state planes.
State transportation commissioners were told Tuesday that Missouri has 600 bridges on state highways that are rated in poor or critical condition but are not in Missouri's five-year plan for improvements.
The legislation would hinder immigrants in the state without lawful status from receiving in-state tuition or state aid for higher education.
Traffic tickets written by the now defunct Dellwood Police Department were difficult to prosecute,
Prosecutors said money paid for prearranged funeral services should have been held in trust and increased at least three-fold in value but was instead used to enrich the company's officers and others.