Missouri motorists could be able to buy a higher blend of ethanol gasoline as early as this summer because of a new policy pushed by Gov. Jay Nixon over the unsuccessful objections of some lawmakers.
Some Missouri lawmakers want exercise to be taxing — not taxed.
Missouri senators are being asked to consider nearly 570 law changes, constitutional amendments and resolutions this session.
Jane Bigham says her job as an archaeologist for Missouri State Parks may not lead to spectacular finds, but there is plenty of interesting work.
Crews moving into position for storm
Ameren Missouri's Emergency Operations Center (EOC) is now open for the ice storm moving across Missouri.
Due to expected hazardous conditions, the Missouri Department of Transportation has issued a “no travel advisory” starting tonight and extending through Sunday.
Ret. Maj. John Sullivan never expected to receive France’s highest honor. But 70 years after flying 35 missions in the then-Nazi-occupied nation, that’s just what he received.
February may go into the record books as the coldest in 35 years. That’s according to Pat Guinan, state climatologist at the University of Missouri.
A federal judge has ruled the city of Moberly and its industrial development authority are not responsible for bonds involved in a failed artificial sweetener plant project.
Last week, the Missouri Senate’s Judiciary Committee took testimony on two bills that would add to the “aggravated stalking” crime.
For the past four years, Kemper Arena has sat nearly empty — silent and mostly forgotten as high-profile concerts and other marquee events migrated to the Sprint Center downtown.
A former St. Louis alderman has been fined $100,000 by the Missouri Ethics Commission for improperly spending nearly $20,000 in campaign contributions on student loans, new clothes, spa treatments and other personal expenses.
The number of missing or destroyed military records at a federal government warehouse in St. Louis is larger than initially believed.
Released money includes Capitol repairs
A federal judge has ruled that the city of Moberly and its industrial development authority are not responsible for bonds involved in a failed artificial sweetener plant project.
Legislation passed by the Missouri House would give Social workers more time to complete investigations into child abuse and neglect.
At a forum designed to encourage discussion about Missouri’s tax code, lawmakers and lobbyists showed change isn’t easy.
Missouri bill was introduced days before veto in Arizona
The failure of Arizona’s “religious freedom” bill captured national attention and scorn this week, but now Missouri might be considering its own version of the bill.
Missouri state senators approved a bill Thursday that would require water testing before the Clean Water Commission could impose tougher sewer permit requirements.
House panel picks up issue for first time
Within hours of the Missouri Senate giving final passage of its version of a bill that allows student transfers out of struggling schools and districts, a House committee took up legislation dealing with the issue for the first time this session.