Gov. Nixon Reacts to End of Session
JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. -- Gov. Jay Nixon says the Missouri Legislature made significant progress in some key areas, such as expanding access to mental health services, funding higher education on a performance outcomes-based model, and creating business incentives to bolster the economy.
Weigh In: More than 1,700 Pounds Shed in Bolivar Challenge
BOLIVAR, Mo. -- At the start of 2013, one Ozarks community committed to taking on a hefty challenge. The goal was for everyone in the Polk County Community Weight Loss Challenge to lose 6 pounds in 6 weeks.
Missouri Legislative Session Ends Without Medicaid Expansion
SPRINGFIELD, Mo. -- The Missouri legislative session is over.
Ozarks Woman's Frugal Home Fitness Room for Under $200
SPRINGFIELD, Mo. -- Home gyms don't have to be pricey. For one Ozarks woman, all it took was a little patience and some shopping around.
Businesses, Politicians Struggle to Find Answers as Pump Prices Soar
SPRINGFIELD, Mo. -- Gas prices climbed again Friday, reaching $3.97 a gallon. That's a nearly 70-cent jump since the beginning of May.