Harris Stowe Enrollment Up for a Second YearIt'll be a bit more crowded at Harris Stowe state university when school starts this semester.
Governor Reverses Cuts to Foster-Care FamiliesCutting aid to families who care for foster children ``was never our intention,'' Greitens wrote in a letter he sent to foster-care families.
Healthcare Cuts Could Mean Less Help for SeniorsGrowing concerns that a popular in-home health care program for Illinois seniors would be gutted by proposed cuts.
Missouri Appears on Track for Income Tax CutsThe state income tax rate for most Missouri residents is likely to fall to 5.9 percent from 6 percent in 2018.
Board of Aldermen Gives Final Passage For City BudgetAlderman Joe Vacarro says the city had to make do with about $17 million less than last year.
Missouri Governor Signs Budget, Cuts $250M in SpendingThis includes money for K-12 school buses, higher education and social services.
Protesters Gather at Roy Blunt's Clayton OfficeDozens protested the Senate Republican Health Care Reform bill Wednesday in Clayton.
Medicaid Cuts Could be Disastrous for Mo. SeniorsThe Senate Republican health care bill contains massive cuts to medicaid, even more than the house version of the bill.
Mo. Legislature Proposes Further Cuts To InnovationThe Missouri legislature is proposing cutting funding for the Missouri Technology Corporation from $22 million to just $2.5 million in 2018.
President's Budget Could Hurt Missouri Welfare ProgramsA watchdog of Missouri's budget is warning that President Trump's spending plan would hurt Missourians and the state as a whole.
Ford Cuts Won't Effect Missouri PlantsJob cuts for salaried employees at Ford Motor Company likely will have no effect on Missouri's two truck-making plants.
Missouri House Backs Proposal to Restore In-Home Care CutsMissouri House members have put forth a new solution to avoid budgeted cuts to in-home care and nursing services for the disabled.