A judge said Monday that he will rule against a subsidiary of Ameren Corp. in a legal fight over whether it needs state regulators’ permission to build a high-voltage power line across northern Missouri.
A volunteer fire chief who also worked as a police officer in south-central Missouri has died in a crash on his way to a fire.
Another Republican Missouri candidate has received a big check from mega-donor Rex Sinquefield.
The Missouri Department of Conservation says residents likely won’t encounter stinging caterpillars this fall, despite booming populations in southern states.
Following complaints from parents, Cape Girardeau school officials said they are taking steps to ensure staffers follow a district policy governing student surveys.
A 14-year-old St. Louis girl who lost an eye in a shooting isn’t letting that deter her from her dreams.
“Ebola is real!” says the hand-drawn flier.
Researchers studying a deadly bat disease are turning their attention to a type of bacteria that inhibits fungal growth.
Missouri wildlife officials are considering more restrictions in whitetail deer hunting to reverse a continuing decline in the deer population, caused mostly by an outbreak of hemorrhagic disease and liberal hunting regulations.
When balancing the budget, Missouri Gov. Jay Nixon has some of the most expansive powers among his peers. He can reduce spending for anything he chooses, and has done so repeatedly.
Missouri could be the first state to enshrine the role of student performance data in teacher evaluations in its state constitution if an initiative on the Nov. 4 ballot gets enough support.
Third hearing slated on aftermath of merger of highway, water patrols
A Camdenton state legislator is dissatisfied with how the Missouri Highway Patrol is responding to questions in the wake of the May death of a handcuffed man who was in the custody of a trooper.
The police officer who fatally shot an unarmed 18-year-old in a St. Louis suburb last summer has told investigators that he was pinned in his vehicle and in fear for his life as they struggled over his gun, The New York Times reported.
Saint Louis University says an encampment set up by people protesting police shootings has been removed.
A 6-year-old Kansas City girl has died in a drive-by shooting at a convenience store in the southern part of the city.
A pedestrian has been struck and killed while crossing a St. Louis County road.
A prolonged sit-in at Saint Louis University to protest police shootings has the private Jesuit school struggling to balance a commitment to social justice and free speech with growing safety concerns among some students.
Missouri officials approved tougher regulations for deer ranchers and hunting preserves Friday, including a ban on importing deer from elsewhere, in an attempt to stop the spread of disease.
Missouri Attorney General Chris Koster is seeking to block a sterilization company from handling any medical waste contaminated with Ebola at its St. Louis facility.
Missouri Gov. Jay Nixon says the state now has a designated Ebola testing lab approved by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.