By Sandhya Dirks
The consumer uproar over “pink slime” has now got the beef industry roaring back.
The Federal Trade Commission approved the $29.1 billion merger between Express Scripts and Medco.
As part of its regular meeting, the Boone County Commission held a second public hearing Tuesday night about renaming the Boone County Fairgrounds.
Missouri Governor Jay Nixon was in Mexico Tuesday to announce more job creation in the state.
The Jefferson City memorial Airport has received a grant that will offset the operating costs and pay for the resurfacing of the main runway.
Wal-Mart Stores Inc. has agreed to spend $1.25 million to settle claims over a southwest Missouri contractor's disposal of unsold products such as charcoal, potting soil, herbicides and pesticides.
The Enhanced Enterprise Zone Advising Board considered two options for reducing the size of the zone in Columbia at its meeting Friday.
The city of Columbia is trying out a new type of parking meter that gives drivers more options for how to pay.
The St. Louis Zoo Association plans to purchase the site of the former Forest Park Hospital, which sits across Interstate 64 from the zoo.
Some Joplin residents and postal service workers are upset with changes in mail delivery in sections of Joplin hardest hit by last year's tornado.