Amid strong concerns about the declining level of the already low Mississippi River, the Army Corps of Engineers is releasing water from an Illinois lake to add to the flow of the Mississippi.
Missouri congresswoman Jo Ann Emerson may end up resigning her U.S. House seat earlier than originally planned.
State officials say the personal information of more than 92,000 Missourians was accessed by potential identity thieves who hacked the computer systems of Nationwide Insurance, which also does business as Allied Insurance.
Supporters of Missouri proposals to reform laws on the use eminent domain can begin working to get their measures on the 2014 state ballot.
A Randolph County judge has refused to lower the $500,000 cash bond for the former CEO of a failed factory project in Moberly who is facing felony fraud charges.
Missouri Auditor Tom Schweich says his office is starting a new review of the state Department of Conservation.
A University of Missouri researcher says the number of wineries in the state more than tripled over the past decade.
Missouri hospitals report providing a record $1.1 billion of uncompensated care to patients in 2011.
Missouri Gov. Jay Nixon is shuffling some positions within his administration.
A new five-story residential hall at the University of Missouri is scheduled to open in 2015.
The Columbia Daily Tribune reports that the new dorm will help the university keep up with record-setting freshman classes.
Construction of the 92,000-square-foot building is scheduled to begin in September 2013. Current designs call for single and double rooms as well as study areas and common spaces.
Freshmen have to live on campus and are given higher priority for housing. The Columbia campus has experienced record numbers of freshmen for several years.