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While unemployment rates are decreasing and the economy is recovering many Missourians are still using Missouri food banks to help feed there families.
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This fall students in Missouri seeking higher education will have a new set of Math and Language Arts measures on the ACT exam.
Maries County resident John Williams, who lives on a bluff near the Gasconade River, said last year's floods kept him from going into Vienna for supplies after U.S. 63 was closed.
Conservation officials say an invasive water weed that has been discovered in southwest Missouri needs to be contained before it spreads to other areas.
Just as prolonged smoking can lead to ill health later, the actions of Missouri officials a decade ago now are resulting in negative financial consequences for the state.
Missouri senators began debating a proposed overhaul of the state's criminal laws this week, but significant obstacles remain to passing the legislation this year.
ST. LOUIS - The windy plains of Kansas could be a treasure trove in the nation's effort to harness clean energy, but a major proposal to move wind-generated electricity eastward is running into a roadblock: Farmers who don't want high-power transmission lines on their land.
Missouri's state legislature took steps last Thursday to ban the use of cellphone tracking data in court absent a warrant, the latest state-level push to bring privacy laws in line with rapidly changing technology.
After two months in session, Missouri lawmakers are taking next week off. Legislative spring break has arrived.
Oak Grove Archery hosted a 40-target archery competition at the Missouri Deer Classic & Outdoor Expo Saturday.
Nearly a month after a Springfield girl was kidnapped and murdered, many in and around her hometown want improvements to a Missouri alert system that some insist failed her.
Spring may only be a few days away, but winter isn't going away quietly: Yet another storm is forecast to bring snow and ice from the Midwest to the Mid-Atlantic on Sunday and into Monday, potentially bringing a white St. Patrick's Day.
A North Dakota health official says oil from a well near the confluence of the Yellowstone and Missouri rivers spilled into floodwaters but has been contained.
Fifteen students from WarrensburgMiddle School joined more than 75 participants in the region at the recent regional math contest held in Clinton.
Spring officially starts on Thursday, but Mother Nature will bring another blast of winter weather from Missouri to Delaware before the seasons change.
T Photo/Diane Lowrey The Trenton Rotary Club has made a $300 donation each to the North Central Missouri Children's Advocacy Center and the North 65 Center.