Mo. House Votes to Lower Unemployment BenefitsThe Missouri House approved lowering unemployment benefits from twenty weeks to thirteen.
NCAA Accepts Missouri's Sanctions, Adds Year of ProbationThe NCAA infractions committee panel's findings over what it said were roughly $11,400 in improper inducements and benefits given to players and a recruit by two boosters were released Tuesday.
New Study Shows State Employees Are Paid Below Market RateThe study found that benefits offered by the state are above market, but state employees remain 4.6 percent below market.
There Are Real Benefits to Taking a Break From WorkEmployers who fully support "time off" have noticed an increase in employee well-being and group productivity.
Click Appeals Denial of Missouri Unemployment BenefitsMizzou spokesman says the university is protected by Missouri statutes in revoking the former professors claim.
St. Peters Man Collected $48,000 in Federal Disability ScamEugene Dukes faces up to 40-years behind bars and a million dollar fine.
Blues Playoff Run Means Big Business For Area Bars & RestaurantsOne area bar owner says business is up over 10%, and it's all because of the Blues.
Missouri Lawmakers Consider Welfare Verification BillThe bill's critics say it's a way to take away people's benefits under the pretense of efficiency and combating fraud.
Missouri Could Pay Blind Residents $19M after Court RulingAn attorney representing the blind residents says the new figure is up from a previous court's determination of less than $200,000.
Missouri Gov. Nixon Vetoes Cuts to Unemployment Benefits Missouri Gov. Jay Nixon has vetoed a measure that would cut the weeks of unemployment benefits available to workers who lose their jobs.
Missouri Senate Overrides Veto of Welfare LimitsMissouri senators on Monday voted to override Democratic Gov. Jay Nixon's veto of a bill removing several thousand families from a welfare program in a move Nixon said would make Missouri's limits among the lowest in the nation.
Largest Ill. Employee Union Says Rauner's Latest Executive Action is 'Blatantly Illegal'Gov. Bruce Rauner’s move to eliminate “fair share” payments from public sector employees who opt out of joining a union, but still get benefits from collective bargaining, is “blatantly illegal," according to AFSCME Council 31 spokesman Anders Lindall.