Missouri Gov. Jay Nixon said he has concerns about a bill passed by lawmakers that would reduce how long people can receive welfare benefits.
The Sierra Club and more than 20 other Missouri organizations will band together to form the Missouri Clean Energy Coalition, environmental activists announced Wednesday during an Earth Day rally in the Capitol Rotunda.
Emergency 911 systems in Missouri would get a new funding stream under a measure supporters said Wednesday is needed to enhance outdated services across the state.
A measure to reinstate limits on lawsuit awards for pain and suffering in medical malpractice cases is heading to Gov. Jay Nixon’s desk three years after the state Supreme Court overturned lower caps.
Public access to video from police cameras in Missouri would be restricted under a measure that’s part of the legislative response to the events surrounding the fatal shooting of an 18-year-old by a police officer in Ferguson.
A University of Missouri freshman has been arrested for his suspected involvement with anti-Semitic graffiti discovered inside a dormitory’s stairwell.
Wet conditions across Missouri have pushed corn planting back and could result in possible yield loss in the southern part of the state.
A Holts Summit woman was treated for serious injuries after a two-vehicle crash Tuesday night in Callaway County.
A Holts Summit woman was treated for serious injuries after a two vehicle crash Tuesday night in Callaway County.
Ameren Missouri will close Monroe Street, between Hickory and Woodlawn.
The fourth annual Serve Jeff City community service event begins at 8 a.m. Saturday at Ellis-Porter Riverside Park. Volunteer registration is open now at www.ServeJeffCity.org for individuals and families, as well as groups.
Renowned butterfly species draws new attention on Earth Day
The Missouri River Regional Library (MRRL) Board is still exploring its options for a master facilities plan.
Sen. Rob Schaaf, R-St. Joseph, thinks making Interstate 70 into a toll road is a better transportation improvement option than raising Missouri’s fuel tax by 2 cents a gallon.
A 26-year-old Jefferson City resident was arrested Tuesday in connection with a break-in at a Holts Summit business earlier in the day.
Lucas Wayne Branstetter, 39, Kingdom City, will spend the next seven years in federal prison, after pleading guilty last year to robbing a postal employee.
It’s been six months since St. Mary’s Hospital moved to its new home on Mission Drive just east of Missouri 179.
The St. Louis County group Returning Government to the People said Tuesday it is appealing last week’s Cole County circuit court ruling blocking its proposed campaign finance reform amendment.
The Cole County Commission on Tuesday signed a retroactive contract with the Missouri Department of Health and Senior Services allowing for reimbursement from the Centers for Disease Control for Ebola monitoring in Cole County from Dec. 22, 2014, through May 15.
The Missouri House sent a top business priority for Republicans to Gov. Jay Nixon’s desk Tuesday, but the measure doesn’t have enough votes to override a potential veto.