On Wednesday, more than 150 people were bused from across the state to the Capitol in a bid to share what the phrase means to them — expanding Medicaid coverage in accordance with the federal Affordable Care Act.
Missouri paid $1.5 million for services for young children that were never provided and has insufficient oversight of several early childhood programs, according to an audit released Tuesday.
Osage Industries of Linn and 380 Missouri auto dealers sue over Revenue department's granting dealer license to electric car maker.
The Missouri State Board of Education this week moved forward with plans to test schoolchildren using national Common Core educational standards, approving a new minimum standardized test score that will be used to determine students' proficiency.
The speed limit on portions of Interstate I-70 in Columbia is dropping to 60 mph.
Nearly 900,000 people who paid fines for red-light camera tickets in Missouri can apply for partial refunds under a proposed settlement of a class action lawsuit.
Missouri has selected a new education commissioner who is pledging to build relationships and focus on students as the department moves on from the resignation of a leader who faced frequent criticism while dealing with struggling districts.
State's education department has a new leader
A new Missouri education commissioner has been chosen to replace a leader who faced frequent criticism while dealing with struggling districts.
A Missouri inmate convicted of sexually abusing an underage girl in 2002 is charged with murder in the disappearance of a woman a year earlier, who prosecutors believe was killed when she caught him sexually assaulting the child and intervened.
Missouri seniors could be eating more fresh produce if a proposed bill gets lawmaker support.
Some security personnel will be allowed to carry guns in Columbia schools if they meet certain requirements.
Missouri Gov. Jay Nixon has announced that he will call a special session of the General Assembly to provide funding for public safety efforts related to ongoing protests in Ferguson.
Temporary restraining order effective only 15 days from Nov. 25
he Environmental Protection Agency doesn’t believe an underground fire smoldering at the Bridgeton Landfill in Missouri is moving toward an adjacent landfill that contains radioactive waste, according to an official’s letter.
State employees traditionally have had the day after Thanksgiving off — but not always, especially not in recent years.