Students studying public health are now eligible for Fast Track grants.
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The Senate Education Committee considered a bill that would designate and deal with “persistently failing schools” Tuesday afternoon.
Laclede County recently achieved ACT Certified Work Ready Community status.
Gov. Mike Parson joined a nationwide celebration by proclaiming National FFA Week in Missouri after driving a tractor to the Capitol.
Gov. Mike Parson joined other governors in urging the president to withdraw an executive order pausing oil and gas leases on federal land.
Ameren Missouri is pledging a sizable investment into infrastructure and renewable energy as part of its commitment to smart energy.
Gov. Mike Parson outlined his agriculture policy goals for the year Thursday, focusing on technology and increasing energy demands.
“My priority is to help the people of District 58. It’s not about my will necessarily, it’s their will and what they want to see done."
Missouri’s net general revenue for January increased by more than 18 percent over the same time last year according to the latest report.
A bill that would pause caps on tuition increases for the next five years is seeing contention in the lower chamber.