Prominent Republicans from Missouri and Kansas are working to promote Kansas City’s effort to host the 2016 Republican National Convention.
Sen. Roy Blunt and U.S. Rep. Jason Smith raised concerns Tuesday that controlled burns in the Mark Twain National Forest are destroying trees that could be used for Missouri’s timber industry.
The Missouri History Museum is on the verge of the St. Louis region’s first mainstream collection of gay artifacts.
A St. Louis street ministry is being forced to stop providing hot meals to the homeless, at least for now.
Several Mid-Missouri lawmakers think the General Assembly should discuss Gov. Jay Nixon’s proposed $150 million economic incentives package for aerospace projects in the state, as bait to attract the Boeing Co. to build its 777X commercial jet in the St. Louis area.
A coalition of medical organizations and health care advocates has sued Missouri over its requirement that only state-licensed counselors can serve as navigators in a program aimed at helping consumers sign up for coverage under the new online health insurance marketplace.
Incentives sought to bring Boeing’s new airliner production line to Mo.
Missouri lawmakers were seeking additional information as they started work Monday on an incentives package aimed at winning production of Boeing’s new 777X commercial airplane.
The number of people on food stamp rolls in Missouri has dropped since the state switched to a centralized processing system and slashed most in-person help for people seeking public assistance.
A recent Missouri Department of Transportation study estimates that the annual economic output of the state's airport system is $11.1 billion.
A southwest Missouri zoo is evaluating its elephant program following the death of a zookeeper and nationwide changes in how the industry is caring for the animals.
Some students from a suburban Kansas City school district are finding it tough to keep the pounds off after returning from a weight-loss boarding school in South Carolina.
White deer seen in the herd in Cape Girardeau are attracting attention in southeastern Missouri.
Authorities say an off-duty police officer has shot and killed a firefighter hours after the firefighter’s wedding.
The family of a southeast Missouri mother killed by her estranged husband is trying to move forward after a June plea deal that landed the killer in prison while allowing police to recover her body.
Aside from the potentially billions of dollars it could cost to divert water from the Missouri River to western Kansas, the negotiations among interested parties would make such an infrastructure project a daunting task.
Starting in fall 2014, some specialty classes will be offered through a combination of online instruction and two-way video feeds that allow instructors to communicate in real time with students at different campuses. Students might even make the occasional weekend trip to the campus teaching the course for some hands-on instruction, said Mike Aide, chairman of the Department of Agriculture at Southeast Missouri State University.
Elected and business leaders are vowing to no longer let Kansas City's historic 18th and Vine jazz district limp along.
Kansas City has paused to remember the 25th anniversary of a massive explosion that killed six firefighters.
A 43-year-old woman has died after a fire swept through her southeast Missouri mobile home.
A sport utility vehicle has crashed into a suburban Kansas City coffee shop, sending five people to the hospital with non-life threatening injuries.