A group has been formed to review the Missouri House's intern policy after the former speaker admitted to exchanging sexually suggestive texts with an intern.
Missouri Gov. Jay Nixon has pushed back the deadline to craft a comprehensive statewide energy plan by a few months, easing the concerns of one Republican lawmaker who said the Legislature needed to have more input.
Chronic offenders must stay behind bars
People determined to be “chronic offenders” under Missouri law must spend at least two years in prison before they can be released on parole, a unanimous Missouri Supreme Court ruled Tuesday.
Democratic state House Rep. Bill Otto announced Tuesday he’s running to represent Missouri's 2nd Congressional District in suburban St. Louis, a seat held by Republican U.S. Rep. Ann Wagner since 2013.
Several Webster University students studying abroad in London unexpectedly lost their federal financial aid this past school year due to the school’s violation of Department of Education regulations.
Contractors get hearing on leins against Mamtek
Construction contractors who haven’t been paid for work on a failed artificial sweetener plant in Moberly will be in court this week to try to enforce liens on almost $2 million in unpaid bills.
A 27-year-old man is charged with first-degree murder and armed criminal action in the shooting death of a central Missouri man.
Man's body believed to be the same as officials searched for near Rocheport Monday night.
The Missouri Senate has hired a lawyer in response to a "workplace harassment complaint."
Like most years, Missouri state lawmakers in the 2015 legislative session introduced a number of bills aimed at clamping down on ethics laws considered some of the loosest in the nation.
The family of a man who was shot and killed by a Springfield police officer plans to ask the federal government to investigate the case.
Heavy storms across Missouri and Kansas have been pushing streams and rivers out of their banks, and forecasters say more rain is likely this week.
They’ve come to Missouri's Capitol for years. But events of the past couple weeks have put the legislative interns program in a spotlight few wanted to see or experience.
In the face of a dangerous situation, Security Officer Joseph Simmons performed his duties exemplarily.
USDA’s Natural Resources Conservation Service (NRCS) is reminding farmers and ranchers seeking federal crop insurance they must have a Highly Erodible Land Conservation and Wetland Conservation Certification form, commonly called form AD-1026, on file with their local USDA service center by June 1.
Missouri Hospice and Palliative Care Association, in partnership with the Missouri Department of Corrections, has launched a comprehensive hospice training that will positively impact those approaching end of life in the prison population.
Like prom, homecoming and commencement, the senior prank has become part of life in high school. Administrators typically accommodate a little teenage silliness, as long as it doesn't cross the line into property destruction.
Missouri lawmakers finished their annual session without action on transportation funding, a priority of Republican leaders and Democratic Gov. Jay Nixon. But both sides say they will look to address any potential shortfalls next year.
Strummin' & pickin' & singin'
Not every concert requires you to pack in your own lawn chairs and lodging. But if you’re willing to cart the extra gear, you could set up camp at some of the richest musical experiences to be had in Middle America.
A federal judge has found the owner of a Kansas City foundry in criminal contempt of court for refusing to allow a federal inspection required after a worker was found to have high blood lead levels, the U.S. Department of Labor said.