The Illinois Department of Natural Resources is seeking public feedback on the state's first-ever regulations for high-volume oil and gas drilling.
The DNR published proposed regulations for hydraulic fracturing today, which begins a public comment period that will last until Jan. 3.
The National Park Service released a draft management plan on Friday for the Ozark National Scenic Riverways.
Environmental advocates have been urging the Park Service to come up with a plan to protect the national park that includes the Current River and its major tributary, the Jacks Fork.
Obesity has increased dramatically in the United States over the past several decades.
In Missouri, almost two-thirds of adults ― and more than a quarter of children and teens ― are either overweight or obese.
Updated at 5:50 p.m. with quote by Sara Parker Pauley; updated at 3:41 p.m. with quote by Lorin Crandall.
The Missouri Clean Water Commission has approved a sweeping regulatory overhaul of the state's water quality standards.
The St. Louis-based safety-net healthcare provider ConnectCare will close its remaining facilities at the end of next week.
The Smiley Urgent Care Center, along with ConnectCare’s radiology, pharmacy, laboratory and preventative services will all close on Nov. 15.
The nonprofit organization, which served patients regardless of their ability to pay, had already discontinued outpatient specialty care and transportation services last month.
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