The scheme, perpetrated by a retired Army sergeant and his wife, used a website to gather names of individuals interested in joining the Army. The couple then submitted those names to the Army, earning them a cash bonus for each recruit they “referred.”
Google users recently encountered a hiccup with the St. Louis Election Board website. While the website was not hacked, a spam ad was popping up that was unauthorized and triggered a Google Alert.
Deputy Auditor Harry Otto says Kinder’s website duplicated efforts, and dollars were spent unnecessarily.
Plans to utilize social media to promote solutions.
In the category of “you can find almost anything on the Internet,” the Missouri Department of Agriculture has created an online directory of more than 6,400 unique brands used to mark livestock in the state.
It now provides links to lobbyist reports and the General Assembly.
A religion news website that expects to tackle a variety of topics plans to launch this summer in Columbia.
What’s been labeled the Joplin “hackathon” begins Friday afternoon at City Hall and continues through Sunday afternoon.
The new website is designed to help residents be better prepared for severe weather.
Springfield officials are offering 2,100 people free identity theft protection for a year after an internationally known group claimed it hacked into the city’s website.