Administration Commissioner Larry Schepker said Nixon’s office illegally deposited a $630,00 settlement check from a prescription drug company, Caremark, into an office trust fund.
A tax relief proposal would let Midwest flood victims use planned-retirement money and business tax breaks if passed by the Senate.
Obama calls her one of his closest advisers. Her name has popped up as a potential running mate. Says one strategist: "They want to use her so much because she’s the epitome of the target voter they’re looking for."
The Wall Street Journal said Anheuser-Busch is expected to argue that InBev's offer undervalues the St. Louis-based brewer. The rejection could set the state for a hostile takeover battle.
The St. Louis-based company raised its earning projections for the year, but its share price fell after its earnings were released because third-quarter revenue was below expectations.
A Missouri inmate has pleaded guilty to making threats to lace food products with cyanide at a Kansas City Wal-Mart.
Over the last six years, at least 11 residents of Cameron have been diagnosed with tumors, starting an official inquiry and testing into possible causes. Officials say it is unlikely that one thing is causing the tumors.
Gov. Matt Blunt’s office said that current agriculture director Katie Smith is stepping down “in anticipation of an expanding family.”
A new Justice Department report shows Missouri was the only state to see consistently declining prison populations over an 18-month period. Since then, it has risen only slightly.
The cases are the first reported this year in St. Louis County. No human infections have been reported this year.
Wal-Mart Stores Inc. is planning to move its annual national managers meeting from Kansas City, taking away the city’s largest annual convention.
But State Auditor Susan Montee says that even if school districts met all state requirements, it wouldn't be enough to protect child passengers.
Police say Daniel Edward Ray stole the toys from three stores in 90 minutes.
Rep. Hulshof said Steelman isn’t acting in the public’s best interest.
The tuition break applies only to Missourians who have served in combat since the Sept. 11 attacks and may be used only at public colleges and universities.
The St. Louis-based company was charged with failing to conduct regular and rigorous reviews on the quality of executions.
Charter dropped plans to track Web use of Internet subscribers because some customers have expressed concern.
The legislation allows those working in Missouri but living elsewhere to take a tax reduction off their Missouri income
The 2007 law had been struck down by a Cole County judge but was overturned Tuesday in a 5-2 decision.
FEMA became a symbol of government bungling during Katrina efforts but are proving their worth in Midwest flooding crisis.