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The question was simple and basic to Royals general manager Dayton Moore prior to Thursday’s series opener against the Los Angeles Angels at Kauffman Stadium.
We want the world to know, but especially the patrons of the Eureka Fire Protection District, that the leadership of our fire district took a bold step today to do their part to help stimulate the growth of business in our community.
SAVE coalition Team members walk through a heavily damaged area of Joplin, Missouri.
Missouri motorcycle riders had several favorable bills sent to Gov. Jay Nixon during this year's legislative session, but a big priority could not cross the finish line.
JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. Gov. Jay Nixon has ordered that the U.S. and Missouri flags at state buildings in all 114 counties and the City of St.
Records reluctantly released by the state’s Department of Social Services reveal appalling miscalculations by child protection workers in Clay County that contributed to the death of a 4-year-old boy, Lucas Barnes Webb.
As many state legislative sessions have finished or are nearing completion, advocates of expanding Medicaid eligibility are looking at their next steps.
Gov. Jay Nixon says federal help is being offered to residents and businesses in several eastern Missouri counties affected by severe weather in April.
Born Jan. 3, 2008, Lucas knew much pain and suffering in his four short years. Missouri social workers either dismissed or overlooked signs that he was abused, including comments made by the little boy himself.
The Democratic governor campaigned throughout this year's legislative session to increase Medicaid eligibility for lower-income adults as called for under the federal health care law.
CAPITAL PUNISHMENT? Both Missouri and Kansas legislatures are in the waning days of their current session.
A proposal to study the effects of mandatory health insurance coverage for eating disorders is awaiting the signature of Missouri Gov.
Missouri Gov. Jay Nixon stopped by Chesterfield Monday to participate in the groundbreaking ceremony for the new, $150 million global headquarters for Reinsurance Group of America.
Missouri's director of the Department of Social Services, Alan Freeman, has resigned to resume his previous role as president and chief executive of Grace Hill Health Centers Inc.
The Missouri legislative session ended last week and one of the many successes the state GOP is celebrating is the passage of a bill to add restrictions to the "abortion pill." It's one of several Republican initiatives that Planned Parenthood is now slamming in the aftermath of the session.