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The Rolla Daily News - Rolla, MO
Updated at 8:03 PM

Missouri drivers will see limited maintenance on some roads as the state's transportation department grapples with a budget shortfall.

Updated at 8:01 PM

Rolla had everything 20 inquiring businesses needed -- such as land, utilities, transportation -- in 2014, and the Rolla Regional Economic Commission worked hard to help those business leaders decide to settle here.

Updated at 8:00 PM

While many dread the cold and the hassle that comes with the long winter months, Martha Dinsdale is proud to confess that she loves it; so much so that she has written a new children's book all about it.

Updated at 7:58 PM

The annual Autism Report from the Missouri Department of Insurance shows that more Missouri children are benefiting from a landmark law that requires insurance companies to cover treatment for autism-related conditions, according to Gov. Jay Nixon.

Updated at 7:57 PM

Missouri paid $1.5 million for services for young children that were never provided and has insufficient oversight of several early childhood programs, according to an audit released Tuesday.

Updated at 7:56 PM

The impact of technological innovation on industries in the past holds valuable lessons for colleges and universities as they wrestle with new approaches to learning that could challenge traditional teaching models.

Updated at 7:54 PM

The Missouri House voted Tuesday to revive proposed limits on jobless benefits in an effort to encourage people to search for work, a measure that fell one vote short of overriding Democratic Gov. Jay Nixon's veto last year when Republicans had a...

Updated at 7:23 PM

Each February, Missouri observes Earthquake Awareness Month to educate the public about the real threat of earthquakes occurring in the state.

Updated at 7:22 PM

If your farm has been in your family since Dec. 31, 1915, you can apply to have it recognized as a Missouri Century Farm.To qualify, farms must meet the following guidelines:

Updated at 7:21 PM

A group working to legalize marijuana in Missouri says that nearly half of the state's 25 drug task forces declined to turn over public records sought under state law.

Updated at 7:20 PM

Two people were injured in this three-vehicle crash around noon Tuesday on U.S. Highway 63 south of 10th Street.

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