Less than half of tax credits money pays for housing construction
Costs of rebuilding and repairs since the May 2011 tornado that hit Joplin and Duquesne have topped $1 billion.
A fast-spreading virus that can kill 80 percent of the piglets that contract it is rapidly spreading across Missouri hog farms and is expected to cause an increase in pork prices this summer.
The search for a missing four-year old boy from Pulaski County and his alleged abductor has ended, with both being located in Ohio early this morning.
Five bills, sponsored by Sen. Brad Lager, R-Savannah, touch on everything from the future of broadband to municipal autonomy, but the benefits could come at a cost to cities.
Phenomenon widespread because of severe winter
The sun comes out and the temperature climbs bravely into the 40s. You shake off cabin fever with a stroll around a lake or pond and through the neighborhood. Birds are singing and the fish in the pond are … dead!
Missouri authorities have issued an Endangered Person Advisory for a four-year-old boy who was reported missing after his caretaker failed to turn him over to the custody of his grandparents.
A marathon spelling bee between two Kansas City-area students who exhausted the initial word list last month ended after 29 more rounds Saturday when the eventual runner-up stumbled over the word "stifling."
Funding for public schools, veterans homes affected
A recent decline in Missouri's casino revenues has created funding shortfalls for public schools and state-run veterans' nursing homes, raising questions among lawmakers about the extent to which the state can continue to rely on gambling to fund some key programs.
A 28-foot-long mural that graced St. Louis Union Station starting in the 1940s was thought to be lost. It turns out it was just hiding.
Authorities are investigating the death of a man and toddler found in a Camden County home about nine miles south of Camdenton.
Depositions in a northwest Missouri teen sex assault case show contradictions in statements between a girl who says she was raped by an older schoolmate and her mother, who waged a high-profile fight late last year to have the case reopened.
Wal-Mart is seeking to intervene in a dispute about electric rates between Ameren Missouri and its largest electric customer.
The discovery of an infant’s body in a cave has led to arrests and charges against two residents of Warrensburg in west-central Missouri.
As the Missouri House began to take up bills seeking to address the school transfer issue that has flared in the state’s unaccredited districts, some provisions included in a version the Senate passed last week have faced skepticism from representatives and testifiers.
State Sen. Brian Nieves doesn’t think lawyers or the courts have the only right to determine whether a federal law is constitutional. He wants Missouri voters in November to change the state Constitution’s Bill of Rights.
Police in Cape Girardeau say no one was injured when a bullet pierced the window of a home day care business.
The Missouri Botanical Garden hopes Franklin County zoning officials will think twice about allowing a concrete plant to be built near its nature preserve.
Two people are dead after a tractor-trailer struck their disabled vehicle on a highway in west-central Missouri.
With Missouri apparently lagging behind in health insurance sign-ups, advocates are launching a concerted push this weekend to enroll people through a federally run insurance website before an impending deadline.