The Kansas City and Hickman Mills school districts will offer free lunch to every student starting in August.
A day after regulators said they opposed a request by Ameren Missouri's biggest customer for a rate reduction of about $50 million a year, a panel that advocates for retail ratepayers proposed a deal that would give the company just over half of what it was seeking.
Osage County Sheriff Michael Dixon has 30 days to answer the Missouri's Public Safety department's complaint that Dixon's peace officer's certification should be disciplined.
The Missouri Lottery says a decline in the money it provided to education is due partly to the types of Lottery games people chose to play.
Missouri transportation officials, and their counterparts in other states, are waiting for Congress to pass a new national highway funding bill.
Missouri has apparently won another round in the continuing border war with Kansas that involves using tax incentives to entice businesses to move across the state line that runs through the Kansas City metropolitan area.
Despite record sales, the Missouri Lottery provided less money to education during the recently concluded state budget year, leading Gov. Jay Nixon on Wednesday to order a review of the agency.
Trader Joe's, Walmart, Costco, Kroger, Ralph's, Shop Rite among affected retailers
As food recalls go, the recent stone-fruit recall from California-based Wawona Packing Company is arguably both better and worse than most: better in that there have been no confirmed reports of people getting sick from contaminated food, worse in that the scope of the recall keeps growing.
Gov. Jay Nixon has ordered a review of the Missouri Lottery after a decline in the proceeds transferred to education.
A three-year project to clean up lead pollution is nearing an end at a popular Missouri state park on the site of a shuttered mine.
Parents and students in the Kansas City School District will have to wait until the final few days before classes begin to learn whether the urban school system will remain unaccredited.
Vice President Joe Biden told veterans gathered in St. Louis on Monday that the Obama administration won’t rest until major problems at the Veterans Affairs Department get fixed.
Officials at the Sedalia Regional Airport are hoping improvements to the main runway will make the central Missouri airport more attractive to heavier jets and business jets.
City Utilities in Springfield is receiving some power from a solar farm in Greene County and will soon begin looking for customers willing to pay higher prices to receive some of their power from solar energy.
In the front parlor of a century-old mansion south of downtown sits a scale model of Osama bin Laden’s compound in Abbottabad, Pakistan. The model was used to brief U.S. generals before military forces raided the compound and killed the terrorist mastermind.
A man accused of killing a woman whose dismembered body was found near his rural Pettis County home will be tried in Clay County.
Jackson County officials are planning a memorial wall to honor up to 1,000 people who contributed to the county’s success, with an emphasis on black leaders.
Lawyers for a southwest Missouri school district being sued by the parents of a boy who killed himself last year have filed a request seeking all of the Facebook messages, photographs, videos and other communication saved by the student.
One of the nation’s leading outdoor advertisers is suing the city of Columbia, claiming its refusal to allow the company to erect new billboards and alter two others violates a 1998 settlement involving billboards.
The years-long fight between farm organizations and animal rights activists over laws prohibiting secretly filmed documentation of animal abuse is moving from state legislatures to federal courts as laws in Utah and Idaho face constitutional challenges.