The Rolla Daily News - Rolla, MO
Updated at 5:10 PM

The Rolla Parks and Recreation Department will host the fourth annual Daddy-Daughter Dance friday, Feb. 6, from 7-8:30 p.m. at The Centre.

Updated at 5:07 PM

The Community Partnership's Young Parents Program held its annual Mentor Appreciation Breakfast at Penelope's Restaurant in Rolla Wednesday, Jan. 28.

Updated at 5:05 PM

Dr. Bruce McMillin, professor of computer science and interim associate dean of the College of Engineering and Computing at Missouri University of Science and Technology, was named associate dean for research and external relations in Missouri...

Updated at 5:03 PM

State senators on Thursday approved a plan to use about $400 million in bonds to repair college campuses, the Capitol and other state buildings across Missouri.

Updated at 5:01 PM

Top U.S. leaders and members of Congress reacted cautiously Thursday to the recommendations of an independent panel to change the military's retirement and health care systems.

Updated at 5:00 PM

Missouri University of Science and Technology will celebrate Black History Month this February with numerous events based on the theme, “Black Life and Culture Knowledge.”

Updated at 4:57 PM

Rolla resident Dora Wylie, shown here with her grandson, Byron Rath, receives a cake at a birthday celebration held with family and friends from around the country, Canada and Hawaii at the Oak Meadows Country Club Jan. 10 when she turned 100.

Updated at 4:56 PM

Gov. Jay Nixon says as many as 30 Missourians will accompany a trade mission in March to Cuba.

Updated at 4:54 PM

State commissioners could vote this Wednesday, Feb. 4, on a proposal unveiled in mid-January, where the Missouri Department of Transportation’s shrinking construction budget would be spent on roughly one-quarter of Missouri’s roads...

Updated at 4:52 PM

Missouri lawmakers and statewide elected officials will not be getting a raise next fiscal year after state senators successfully blocked a proposed pay increase Thursday.

Updated at 4:51 PM

Missouri Auditor Tom Schweich launched his gubernatorial campaign aggressively Wednesday, accusing his Republican primary rival of being "bought and paid for" by a wealthy donor and questioning the ethics of his potential Democratic opponent.

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