A Sedalia sex offender was sentenced in federal court today for possessing child pornography.
A coalition of more than 70 universities from every state in the union is backing a major effort to make farms safer places to work and live.
Salmonsen says Obama’s Cuba visit, the first by a sitting U.S. President since Calvin Coolidge in 1928, is a “big symbol” for improving trade with Cuba.
Funds will provide additional employment, training and housing to migrant and seasonal farmworkers.
Democrats attacked a new version of a committee-passed bill to create a voluntary national standard for biotech food labeling and spur ways consumers can get more GMO information.
Yesterday was National Ag day, centered in the middle of National Ag week, and many Missouri schools are taking this opportunity to focus on agriculture and the role it plays in our everyday lives.
House GOP leaders will try this week to win over budget hawks opposed to last year’s deal to boost spending.