Missouri’s tax collection agency soon will need to notify affected businesses when there are changes in sales tax policy once a bill signed Monday by Gov. Jay Nixon takes effect.
Amtrak routes across Kansas and Missouri could keep running under a tentative agreement reached in a dispute over federally required safety systems, officials said Monday.
A bill to require Missouri's tax collection agency to notify affected businesses of changes in tax policy has been signed into law.
Amtrak officials say a tentative agreement has been reached that would keep the passenger train running in Kansas and Missouri.
Luebbering offers rosy forecast for state budget
After years of restrictions on spending that have frustrated lawmakers and rendered some state programs ineffective, Gov. Jay Nixon’s office says finances are in place to fully fund the new year’s budget — making further spending freezes unlikely.
Homicides are in the rise in St. Louis, and city officials are increasingly turning to the federal government for help.
Many local residents’ suggestions make final list
Missourians were encouraged to suggest items to be placed in the new Capitol time capsule, for the people of 2115 to open. A dozen of those suggestions came from Mid-Missouri residents.
Jacqueline Morrow puts effort, initiative and caring into everything she does as a child support specialist with the Missouri Social Services Department’s Family Support Division, said Shauna Adkinson.
Women and minorities are failing Missouri exams to enter teaching programs and to gain certification at higher rates, raising concerns about bias.
A former history professor who has impersonated President Harry Truman more than 700 times is preparing to retire this year from his role as the 33rd president.
The wettest June on record in St. Louis has caused rivers to rise and saturated farmland. It's also a factor in an unexpected problem — toppling trees.
After almost of a week, smoke from Canadian wildfires continued to blanket parts of North Dakota on Saturday and some residents said they're growing tired of the hazy skies.
Armed robbers have stolen from a church-run fireworks stand in southwest Missouri.
Police are investigating the shooting death of a 53-year-old man in St. Louis.
A Springfield teacher has been charged with sexually abusing a foster child in her care.
A bicyclist has died after falling and hitting his head on the pavement on the southern edge of Springfield.
Authorities have found the bodies of a 72-year-old man and a 76-year-old woman in a rural northwest Missouri home.
The Eagle Bluffs Bird Monitoring Project is collecting information on the bird species that migrate through and inhabit the 4,431-acre Eagle Bluffs Conservation Area near Columbia.
During a recent summer afternoon rain shower, Lizzy — a rescued Maltese poodle — pranced around a covered porch at her Cape Girardeau home before relaxing at her favorite spot near the back door.
Look at any guest log at attractions in St. Joseph and you'll see them. Names of visitors from as far as Seattle to Brooklyn stand as a testament to the draw of the city to people across the country and the world.