Westinghouse and St. Louis-based Ameren Missouri will collaborate on developing small modular nuclear reactors, or SMR’s, and will seek to build them at Ameren’s Callaway County plant.
A Missouri judge denies telling witnesses what they needed to say when he was a prosecutor pursuing a conviction in the 2001 murder of a newspaper editor.
The Missouri Senate has passed bills that would allow for more charter schools in the state and would also allow the state to take over failing school districts more quickly.
The Missouri House has passed legislation that seeks to both bar and criminalize enforcement of the 2010 federal health care law.
Warm temperatures this winter and spring have the Missouri Department of Transportation painting and repairing the roads it was plowing all winter last year.
Mrs. Brenda Umstattd has resigned as Circuit Clerk of Cole County after a state audit report was released on Wednesday.
The Missouri Department of Transportation wants public input on a $1.3 billion plan for improving and expanding rail service across the state.
Three Columbia schools have re-opened after a reported burglary in the area caused a lockdown to be enforced.
Legislation that would tweak Missouri’s funding formula for public schools has stalled in the State Senate.
Charles Erickson testified today that he believes Ryan Ferguson is innocent of the murder for which they are both in prison. Erickson originally implicated himself and Ferguson, but now says he has no firm memory of what happened that night.