Nixon’s offices says the effort should help about 4,600 students studying to be a nurse, pharmacy tech, or medical laboratory tech.
Metro officials say high water levels on the Mississippi River are to blame for the losses.
FEMA said earlier this week it has frozen some aid to tornado- and flood-ravaged Missouri to focus on hurricane victims.
The gift is the largest-ever for any St. Louis-area school.
FEMA officials say it will be up to Congress to restore full funding to Joplin.
Nixon trimmed these programs to balance the budget in July.
“A lot of cities and states face fiscal meltdowns because they spend money they don’t have,” said Mayor Francis Slay.
Finance figures released Friday show Nixon and Kinder each raised a considerable amount of money during the past three months.
JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. (AP) __ Missouri candidates for statewide office reported collecting about $2 million in contributions for their campaigns during the final week of the recently completed fundraising quarter. State campaign finance reports reviewed […]
The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers blew up the Birds Point levee last month to reduce the flooding threat to Cairo, Ill.