The plaintiffs asked a judge to drop all but Pattonville and Ritenour from the lawsuit because the other districts have agreed to accept Normandy students.
Finance Commissioner Rich Weaver is retiring after a three-decade career that began by working in the division's mail room in 1985.
The effort focuses on the "chronically homeless." Census figures show 112 chronically homeless people in St. Louis, 50 of them veterans. Veterans who qualify for the program can get free rent, utility assistance and services for other needs.
"Stop being mad all the time. Stop just hating all the time. Come on," the president said in a boisterous and sharply partisan speech in Missouri.
The St. Louis County Health Department announced Tuesday that a 38-year-old resident was infected with chikungunya, which cannot be passed from human to human, while traveling in the Caribbean.
Organizers say local beautification could spur the revitalization of the beleaguered neighborhood.
The governor called the 2014 legislative session "the worst six months for public education in recent memory."
U.S. Attorney Richard Callahan said Tuesday that the Department of Justice will take no further legal action to reclaim the funeral mask of Lady Ka-Nefer-Nefer, a noblewoman who died in 1186 B.C.
The Missouri Public Service Commision says the proposal would increase the fee on an average residential customer's electric bill to $51.7 from the current $3.63 a month.
Supporters of proposed Constitutional Amendment 7 and proposed Constitutional Amendment 1 have far outspent their opponents.
The company received nearly $7 million in tax incentives from the state.
The bill authorizes up to $1 million annually for a special envoy's office to promote freedoms for religious minorities in what the bill describes as the Near East and South Central Asia. The envoy would have the rank of ambassador.
Elephants from Larry Carden's farm near Springfield are giving rides at the Ozark Empire Fair for the first time.
Chance Harris, 13, has died following a collision of two dirt bikes at a state park in St. Francois County.
This fall, voters will consider amending the state Constitution to protect electronic communications and data from unreasonable search and seizure. But state and local law enforcement officials might already be doing what the amendment requires.
President Barack Obama is scheduled to visit Kansas City, where he's expected to speak about the economy.
The USDA's Food Safety and Inspection Service said Saturday it issued the public health alert after Kansas City-based VU Foods wouldn't recall breaded chicken products after it was determined they hadn't been inspected.
Rebecca Proctor, executive director of the Kansas Organization of State Employees, said Thursday there have been 17 inmate-on-staff batteries since June.
Kansas City Police Capt. Daniel Gates, director of the Kansas City Terrorism Early Warning Group, said he sent the report to the Department of Homeland Security's Federal Emergency Management Agency to be used to help evaluate the region's terrorism risk.
Gov. Jay Nixon on Friday appointed Maynard Wallace to fill the last vacant position on the eight-member education board. Wallace is a Republican from rural Thornfield in Ozark County who served in the state House from 2003 to 2011.