A suburban Kansas City man is dead after crashing his skateboard over the weekend just weeks before he was to graduate from college.
Gov. Jay Nixon has signed legislation that will grant amnesty to some delinquent taxpayers.
Missouri Gov. Jay Nixon has signed legislation that will grant amnesty to some delinquent taxpayers.
State Sen. Bob Dixon is concerned for the future of Legislative Research — and told his colleagues last week its budget changes could affect the Legislature’s operations.
As the clock winds down for Missouri lawmakers to compromise on some of the most contentious bills of the legislative session, questions are being raised about closed-doors negotiations that allow a few key players to shape state policy out of the public’s sight.
Researchers at Washington University in St. Louis are hoping that a unique approach to addressing gun violence will help put a dent in one of the country's most vexing problems.
A southwest Missouri school district is struggling to figure out how to deal with a high school senior who left an unloaded, disassembled shotgun under the seat of his pickup truck parked on school grounds.
A University of Missouri-Columbia photojournalism student has reshot a well-known series of photos from 1949 to capture changes at the school.
Eight suburban Kansas City boys have been suspended from school because of nude pictures of female schoolmates found on their cellphones.
A Republican lawmaker who is an orthopedic surgeon said a measure moving forward in the Legislature would help alleviate the shortage of physicians in the state.
Lawmakers complain Nixon backing compromise at expense of consumers
The five-member PSC tentatively voted last Wednesday to give Noranda Aluminum Co. another break in the rates it pays for the electricity to operate its aluminum smelter in the Missouri Bootheel, potentially leading to higher rates for other Ameren customers.
Leaders of the effort to build a new NFL stadium in St. Louis said Friday they remain optimistic about a plan they say would retain a team and help redevelop a blighted part of the city.
A Missouri judge gave strong indications Friday that he might toss a lawsuit by four activists seeking an independent investigation of a prosecutor’s handling of grand jury proceedings in the Michael Brown shooting case.
A St. Louis County man could face up to 10 years in prison after admitting to setting fire to a Ferguson business following a grand jury announcement that officer Darren Wilson would not be indicted in the fatal shooting of 18-year-old Michael Brown.
Most Missouri state government employees got a pay raise on Jan. 1 , but they won’t be getting another in the new budget the Legislature sent Gov. Jay Nixon on Thursday.
Missouri lawmakers passed a $26 billion budget plan on Thursday for the next fiscal year that would increase basic aid for K-12 public schools while holding spending for social services stagnant — a sticking point that garnered criticism from lawmakers concerned it could hurt services for low-income families and others.
A look at the department spending totals authorized in the 2016 fiscal year budget passed Thursday by the Missouri Legislature, compared with the amounts included in the 2015 budget.
Missouri lawmakers moved forward Wednesday with changes to municipal court practices, lower limits on revenues from traffic violations and restrictions on public access to police camera footage as part of a legislative response to unrest in Ferguson.
A giant plant that has been at Truman State University for roughly five decades is getting ready to put on the show of its life before succumbing to its inevitable fate.
The remains of a Missouri soldier killed more than four decades ago when his Army helicopter crashed in Cambodia during the Vietnam War are back home.