Missouri's largest electric company says it plans to invest $135 million in energy efficiency programs for customers over a three-year period.
An audit says the Missouri board that regulates accountants hasn't been following state law when holding closed meetings.
Truck driver Curtis Banks Jr. traverses Missouri and Kansas on Interstate 70 every week and has no real beef with its condition.
Drury University anticipates a more globally diverse student body after signing an agreement streamlining the admission of graduates from a Kansas City school with international ties.
As 3-D printing becomes cheaper and more widely available, some of its original adopters locally are using it to enhance their art.
When most folks in Nodaway County think about harvesting wildlife, they have in mind deer and turkey, or maybe the occasional hunter who prefers to shoot rabbits, squirrels and other small game.
After enacting one of the nation’s longest abortion-waiting periods, Missouri’s Republican-dominated Legislature doesn’t appear intent on pushing further abortion restrictions during its 2015 session.
Missouri's conservation and transportation departments invite the state's public, private, and home-school students in grades K-8 to help fight litter by participating in the 2015 “Yes You Can Make Missouri Litter-Free” trash-can-decorating contest.
The University of Missouri's flagship campus says a buyout offer will free up about $17 million in budgeted salaries and benefits.
Production of the Chevrolet Colorado and GMC Canyon pickup trucks at the General Motors plant in Wentzville is providing an economic boost not just in the eastern Missouri town but throughout the region.
As a private land conservationist, Eric Niemeyer works with landowners interested in improving habitat not only for quail, but for all of Missouri’s flora and fauna.
Two separate analyses of the workers’ compensation climate in Missouri have returned with the same conclusion: Employers should anticipate an approximately 4 percent decline in workers’ compensation insurance rates in the coming year, according to a Missouri Chamber of Commerce news release.
According to new information obtained from WISERTrade, Missouri exports have risen over the last month, the Missouri Department of Economic Development reported in a news release.
Kansas City police have made about a dozen arrests Saturday afternoon after a group protesting police brutality attempted to block traffic on Interstate 70.
A Joplin man has been sentenced to 25 years in prison for participating in a home-invasion killing.
A former police chief has been sentenced to five years of probation for stealing from the St. Louis County town of Charlack.
Missouri Congressman Jason Smith has written to President Barack Obama to push for the completion of a Missouri Bootheel region levee after concerns were raised about the project.
A Missouri lawmaker is calling for an investigation of St. Louis County Prosecutor Bob McCulloch, saying he "manipulated" the grand jury in the Ferguson case. McCulloch said in a radio interview on Friday that some witnesses obviously lied to the grand jury.
At Missouri's Lake of the Ozarks
U.S. Sen. Chuck Grassley says U.S. Attorney General Eric Holder will personally review the case of an Iowa man who drowned while in a Missouri state trooper's custody at the Lake of the Ozarks.
Opponents of three new ordinances limiting the sales and use of tobacco and e-cigarettes have launched a petition drive to erase the new laws.