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1 hr ago | Springfield News-Leader
LOUIS -- Now that the worst of winter is apparently over, the Missouri Department of Transportation is enlisting the help of motorists in the effort to fill potholes on state-maintained roadways.
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State Senators are considering big changes to Missouri's set of criminal laws. The proposed criminal code was introduced in the senate through a 1,100-page bill, SB 491 which is a bipartisan proposal that calls for many necessary and sweeping changes to the state's criminal law.
Peter Stiepleman, assistant superintendent for elementary schools, will present more information to the board about the nature school that was originally brought before the board in September.
Is it time for Daylight Saving Time to end? That's the feeling of many of DST's opponents who are pushing for state laws that seek to sunset the decades-long practice.
It's been a month since the Stan Musial Veterans' Memorial Bridge opened, and some drivers say it's been a bumpy ride.
The Missourian Minute is a regular series from scenes around mid-Missouri. These visual slices of life capture the sights and sounds of people and the activities they love.
On Monday, the Missouri Department of Transportation will begin its second annual Pothole Patrol .
The governor said the Missouri Housing Development Commission and the Missouri Department of Social Services will provide $1.3 million for the shelters.
State Sen. Brian Nieves doesn't think lawyers or the courts have the only right to determine whether a federal law is constitutional.
Turning talent into ideas and drive into dollars, Thing Big, a business incubator on Baltimore Avenue is doing just that.
Enjoying a break from work, smokers gather in a park near the intersection of 8th Street and Broadway in downtown Kansas City, Mo.
After President Barack Obama signed the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act into law, the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services estimated that nearly 12 million people would be added to the country's Medicaid rolls by 2014.
The Missouri House passed a bill Thursday that could lower the cost of oral cancer-fighting drugs for patients, sending the measure to Gov. Jay Nixon for his signature.
Policymakers in Jefferson City don't create jobs, but they certainly do legislate the environment in which Missouri jobs are either created or lost.
The National Weather Service issued a Missouri Statewide Tornado Drill Thursday afternoon.