Alzheimer's Advocates to Protest Budget Cuts in Jefferson CityMore than two hundred Alzheimer's advocates, including a hundred from St. Louis, will descend on the state capitol Wednesday to say funds to help families care for their loved ones should be restored to the budget.
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.
Missourians May Have Fewer Health Plans to ChooseThe federal Department of Health and Human Services says Missouri residents will have an average of 17 qualified health plans from which to choose in its federally run health insurance exchange.
Feds Release Cost Estimates for Missouri Health PlansThe federal government is providing a glimpse of what Missouri residents could pay for health insurance when enrollment opens next week for a new online marketplace.
Documents Outline Deficiencies At Local Nursing HomesAllegations of rape, physical and verbal abuse, and neglect fill the pages of nursing home inspections released Wednesday.
FBI, Health Department Search Chesterfield HomeRebecca Wu, Public Affairs Specialist with the St. Louis Division of the FBI, gave few details on the search, citing FBI policy.
Cost of Meth Cleanup Outweighs Public SafetyPolice and sheriff's departments in states that produce much of the nation's methamphetamine have made a sudden retreat in the war on meth.
Urban St. Louis Farm Gives Opportunity to RefugeesThe urban agriculture program is among 19 across the country funded by the federal Office of Refugee Resettlement.