Newly released reports show that fewer than half of Missouri schoolchildren are performing at grade level in English and math.
Industry’s stake in the system is clear: Companies gain the expertise of renowned university experts and the credibility that comes with that. What’s not so clear is how the public benefits.
If a St. Louis-area streetcar line ceases operation, the federal government may want back some of the millions of dollars it spent on the project.
University research on dicamba, which received scrutiny because of the widespread crop damage it caused in recent years, was funded by service orders.
A former Missouri State Highway Patrol captain who led the policing effort during Ferguson protests is joining the St. Louis prosecutor's office.
Kansas City police say a man is in custody after the fatal shooting of a transgender woman.
Longtime Democratic Missouri state Sen. Yvonne Wilson has passed away at the age of 90.
Prosecutors have dismissed one of two charges filed against a former southwest Missouri jailer who was accused of having sexual contact with female inmates.
Missouri's current financial policies have caused it to be one of the least economically prepared states in the nation, Galloway said during a news conference Tuesday.
Missouri officials are developing a public safety campaign aimed at making young people aware of the risks of vaping.
Hallmark Cards says it plans to close its home decor and gift products business by the end of the year.
A Missouri appeals court has overturned a $110 million verdict in a case alleging that Johnson & Johnson products containing talcum powder caused a Virginia woman's ovarian cancer.
Gov. Mike Parson's former spokesman will be questioned by lawyers representing Planned Parenthood about his involvement in a decision to deny a new license to Missouri's only abortion provider.
A new program for Missouri inmates graduated its first class Friday morning. As the participants faced release, they expressed hope for the future.
KANSAS CITY — Charles King remembers in his third year teaching a parent called him aside and told him to be more authentic, to let some of his roots show because the black students in that urban Houston school needed to know he was one of them.
Two convicted felons facing criminal charges over a Kansas bar shooting that killed four people and wounded five others had previous brushes with the law that could have had them behind bars had judges and other officials made different decisions.
KANSAS CITY — The American Civil Liberties Union of Missouri has sued two immigration agents alleging they mistreated an attorney who was accompanying her 3-year-old client to be reunited with his pregnant mother before both would be deported to Honduras.
The event in Kansas City was the seventh of 10 roundtable events around the country.
Former State Representative Judy Baker announced her candidacy for the 19th District, which includes Boone and Cooper County.
The state Department of Corrections announced a joint venture with Hannibal-LaGrange University to offer a four-year accredited college degree that teaches inmates to be field ministers.
Officials in a southwest Missouri city are planting small flags in piles of abandoned dog poop as part of a campaign to get residents to clean up after their pets downtown.
Missouri Department of Conservation officials say the state's elk herd is on track to be large enough in 2020 for the first hunt in more than a century.
Participants each get a beer and throughout their time on the mat, and traditional positions were replaced with gestures and sounds you’d more likely see at a rock concert