The U.S. Chamber of Commerce is wading into Missouri's Republican Senate primary by endorsing St. Louis businessman John Brunner.
Missouri lawmakers are aiming to attract large economic development projects with a new type of incentive modeled on a strategy used elsewhere.
The Missouri House has voted to give a special committee more time to find ways to boost the salaries of state employees.
Ameren shareholders have voted against three proposals that sought to push the company to do more to address environmental risks from its coal-fired power plants.
This week on Talking Politics we speak with Columbia state Senator Kurt Schaefer about the budget-making process.
In a brief press release Tuesday, the Lincoln University Board of Curators announced that Dr. Carolyn R. Mahoney intends to retire from her position as President of the University on August 15th.
The press release says a search committee for her replacement will be appointed immediately.
According to the University's website, Mahoney has been President since February 2005. She's also a current Commissioner on the Midwestern Higher Education Compact.
Fulton High School is changing its scheduling system in an effort to raise graduation rates. The school says the key lies in increased student-teacher face time.
Columbia Chamber of Commerce held a ribbon cutting Monday for Charter Communications. The company already operates communication servers in North Columbia, but they’re ready to expand.
The state budget for next year is being blocked in the Missouri Senate by a group of fiscally conservative Republicans.
Watch the show and join the conversation on the Intersection website.
A native Missourian’s videos of singing performances have spread rapidly online through the Chinese-speaking community in recent years. Some of her videos have been watched more than a quarter of a million times.
Columbia could be the next city in Missouri to bring natural gas fuel to residents.
The state of Missouri paid tribute Monday to those who died while on the job last year.
Some Missourians are upset about a recent bill that passed the Missouri House of Representatives that would exempt animal shelters from licensing fees.
Westminster College in Fulton is attempting to open a new branch campus in Mesa, Arizona.