Missouri Department of Transportation crews will replace a cross pipe on Missouri Route B in Callaway County on Wednesday.
A Fulton man was arrested Wednesday after being pursued by multiple agencies in a vehicular chase.
Weekend trip just for two or for the whole family
With President’s Day on Feb. 15, Valentine’s Day falls in the middle of a four-day weekend for many.
By now, many high school seniors have finished their college applications and are waiting for results. It’s time to start thinking about how a family or individual is going to pay for it.
An accident on I-70 Saturday morning has left one dead and two seriously injured.
A Missouri lawmaker has dropped a restraining order he had obtained against a colleague with whom he said he got into a fistfight.
Several University of Missouri students are pressing the system's governing board for faster reforms in diversity as the Columbia campus continues grappling with racial unrest punctuated by racial protests there last November.
The Missouri Senate has approved a measure that would ask voters whether to add two members to the Department of Conservation's governing board.
The search committee for a new University of Missouri system president will include two students, two faculty members and a staff member.
Claims $1 billion in new business
Gov. Jay Nixon is returning from South America today with agreements promising more than $1 billion in new business for Missouri businesses.
Legislators press to keep curator seats vacant
Missouri’s Democratic governor pledged Thursday to circumvent the Republican-led Legislature if needed to fill vacancies on the board that oversees the state’s flagship university, further escalating the tensions of legislators already frustrated about the handling of racial issues that culminated in the resignations of the system president and campus chancellor.
State Auditor Nicole Galloway announced Thursday that the state will implement two new audits to state-funded universities, including one that will examine the University of Missouri System’s administration.
State Sen. Rob Schaaf thinks Missouri government can save money by changing the way it runs its employees’ health care plan.
Since October, South Callaway elementary and middle school students have used individual reading scores to find the best fit for them when checking out books at the library.
State Sen. Jeanie Riddle on Thursday recognized Polly Clark, Senate Research secretary, for her 25 years of service in the Missouri Senate.