Rosman argues that the state's new tax-reduction deal will likely average less than $35 per person and adversely affect the bottom line of an already austere state budget.
There is a lot of juice behind the three-quarter-cent state sales tax increase proposal, which would result in the largest tax increase in state history.
Tyson has an environmental legacy in Missouri that includes 20 violations of the federal Clean Water Act. The introduction of a chemical in Clear Creek is the latest issue.
It's time the governor works with the legislature on budget issues, as well as other important legislation, rather than ringing alarms after the fact.
The most recent legal challenge was filed by two non-Christians who contended the prayers at public meetings in a New York state town should be more generic or diverse.
Guest commentator Johann Bruhn writes about the consequences of climate change and urges readers to take action to save the planet.
Attorney General Chris Koster's suggestion that Missouri make its own lethal drugs is grim and should not be seriously considered.
A program through Google will present short one- or two-question surveys before users can read a story. If you are a member, you won't see any surveys.
The Missourian editors will be examining changes to the Associated Press Stylebook and deciding which to implement with its own style. If you have a revision for us to consider, please send it along by Friday.
Photos from a motorcycle accident prompted strong reactions from some readers.
Nolen says are many things to feel bad about, but wasting time thinking about them constantly ruins your outlook on life.
Confusion and misinformation complicate important community conversations on infrastructure, and even the most basic facts on issues such as water treatment and electricity are elusive.
Studies have proven the effectiveness of napping, and new products have been designed to help people sleep in public.
The nickname is patently offensive, and 50 U.S. senators have sent a letter to the NFL saying as much.
We have an abundant supply of inexpensive, delicious fish with goofy or obscure names, but all we want to eat are fish we’re used to eating.
Given the high-tech way in which the world operates now, protecting data is a business necessity and a matter of safety and security for every consumer.
Sunday was not a day of remembrance on the talking-head shows, but a day of allegations and condemnation over the maltreatment of our veterans by the Department of Veterans Affairs health centers.
Joplin has rebuilt after the tornado using more precautionary building standards, and other communities should follow suit.