Allegations of Voter Fraud in St. Louis Aired in CourtVoter fraud in St. Louis? Circuit Judge Rex Burlison on Wednesday refused to dismiss a case that could result in a whole new election for State Representative.
$12M Fed. Contract to MU to Establish Education Program for NGAThe University of Missouri College of Engineering has been awarded a five-year, $12 million contract to deliver a data science education program that will provide analytical training for the National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency workforce.
Addiction Services Featured in Illinois Medicaid ProposalAddiction treatment and support for long-term recovery are included in a restructured proposal of Illinois' Medicaid program.
Woman Sets Herself on Fire in Chicago Congressman's OfficeAuthorities haven't identified the woman who was taken to a hospital in serious condition with burns.
Trump Sign Leads to High School SuspensionDistrict says the suspension is about defiance, not politics.
Prescription Drug Monitoring Program Possible in St. Charles Co.The St. Charles County Council will take up the prescription drug monitoring program at the Sept. 12 meeting.
Missouri Audit: Less State Help Hurt College AffordabilityAuditor Nicole Galloway released a report Tuesday finding that fulltime students paid 25 percent more in net tuition and fees in fiscal year 2015 to go to public four-year schools than in 2009.
Illinois Elections System Hack Prompts FBI Warning to StatesThe online voter-registration system was shut down July 13 when officials noted an unusually high amount of traffic.
Transgender Inmate Latest to Push for Hormone TreatmentA transgender inmate is suing the Missouri prison system for refusing to provide hormone therapy as she transitions to a woman, adding her voice to those of prisoners in other states who argue that denying such treatment amounts to cruel and unusual punishment.
Illinois Trying to Collect 30-Year-Old OverpaymentsMcLeansboro resident Sue Good received a letter from the department about a month ago asking her to repay $242 in an overpayment that occurred from August through November in 1985.
Illinois' Pension Payment Expected to Increase by $400MThe move could lead to higher taxes or massive cuts to education and social services.
Missouri Judge Stops Appointment of Nixon as Public DefenderAn order Thursday by Cole County Circuit Judge Patricia Joyce said only courts can appoint defenders.