Governor Signs Mid-Year Budget BoostGov. Jay Nixon on Friday approved the additional spending, of which more than $150 comes from the federal government.
Residents Hope Feral Cats Can Address Chicago's Rat ProblemAs of Thursday, more than 7,600 rat complaints had been filed this year, compared with about 4,705 over the same period last year.
National Grade Inflation Trend Hits University of MissouriGrades keep climbing at less selective schools and on elite Ivy League campuses.
Missouri Senate Passes $27 Billion Spending PlanSenators voted Thursday to approve a $27 billion budget for the fiscal year starting July 1.
Senate Panel Reverses University of Missouri Funding CutA Senate budget panel has approved a funding increase for public universities while voting to block money from going to Planned Parenthood.
Prop 1 On April 5th Ballot Would Benefit St. Louis City SchoolsWould be the first tax increase for city schools since 1991.
St. Louis County Property Tax Hike Would Aid SeniorsCounty Executive Steve Stenger says he expects approval of the legislation next month.
Missouri Senate Panel Boosts Higher Education FundingA House version passed earlier this month would provide about a $9 million increase.
Influenza Cases Grow Across St. LouisMissouri health officials this week increased the state's health status from regional to widespread.
Missouri Legislation Could Hike Ameren RatesAttorney John Coffman encourages ratepayers to call their lawmaker and tell them they are against Senate Bill 1028.
New Research Links Gum Disease to Heart Attack RiskThe study found that inflammation of the gums or periodontal disease, can lead to chronic inflammation around the heart
For Millions, Sports Aren't the Only Game in TownAs St. Louis Rams fans consider life without the team, numbers show millions are finding something to do other than go to a football game.