Recent flooding has renewed decades-old concerns about the effectiveness of the levee system, a makeshift network of federal and locally owned barriers that has fallen into costly disrepair.
Tours of the 168-year-old former Missouri State Penitentiary are on hold at least through August because of extensive storm damage the complex sustained last month.
The American Civil Liberties Union is asking for an emergency court order to force Missouri prison officials to begin testing and treating inmates with hepatitis C.
Around 50 cyclists gathered at Darwin and Axie Hindman Discovery Garden on Saturday to commemorate former Columbia mayor Darwin Hindman. The procession led to the Calvary Episcopal Church for Hindman’s funeral. Hindman was the longest-serving mayor of Columbia and is considered the father of…
"Human interaction was like oxygen to him, and if he could’ve actually breathed it, his lungs would’ve never let him down," Hindman's son Skip said during the service.
Instead, would-be users are turning to pop-up and specialty clinics advertising certification for about $200 or less.
At the ground breaking ceremony for the 252,000 square foot medical complex , Sen. Roy Blunt called the NextGen Precision Health Initiative, "the future of healthcare."
Missouri newspapers include the Centralia Fireside Guard, Hermann Advertiser-Courier, Bowling Green Times, Lake Gazette, Elsberry Democrat, Lincoln County Journal, Louisiana Press Journal, Vandalia Leader and Troy Free Press
The lawsuit filed earlier this month by five residents in the U.S. District Court for Kansas accuses the companies of leaving debris in a drainage creek west of the Argentine neighborhood.
Rain didn't stop the groundbreaking ceremony for the NextGen Precision Health Institute, a $220.8 million project that involves a new facility and initiative to combine the research from all of MU's schools across the state. "Precision medicine has the potential to completely transform healt…
KANSAS CITY — Two Mexican nationals have been sentenced for their roles in a conspiracy that distributed more than 14 kilograms (30.86 pounds) of heroin in the Kansas City metropolitan area.
St. Louis Circuit Judge Michael Stelzer said a preliminary injunction he previously issued to allow the clinic to continue perform abortions would remain in place for now.
Cole County Judge Daniel Green granted on Friday the newspaper's motion for summary judgment to force release of the records.
The trial for 53-year-old Thomas Bruce, of Imperial, was scheduled Friday for Oct. 13, 2020. He is charged with first-degree murder and multiple other counts.
The fire at Spencer's Crest Condominiums resulted in an estimated $250,000 in damages.