It’s the experience and not the age that matters, new Missouri Auditor Nicole R. Galloway said last week in an interview just two weeks after she took the job.
Missouri’s new director of Tourism knows how to draw a crowd. As a member of a musical family, Dan Lennon entertained for more than a decade at the Lawrence Welk Resort Theater in Branson.
A Ladue woman has won the latest legal battle over her late husband's multimillion-dollar estate.
Seven corrections officers at a St. Louis jail have been fired for using excessive force after apparently retaliating against an inmate who attacked an employee.
A 43-year-old St. Louis area investment adviser faces nine years in prison and has to pay more than $3 million in restitution.
A police chief says one person has been killed and another injured in a shooting near a water resort in eastern Kansas City, Missouri.
Missouri lawmakers ended their annual session Friday. Here’s a look at some of the major issues that passed and failed.
The Missouri Legislature sent Gov. Jay Nixon a measure Friday supporters say would make things easier for county clerks and prevent reprinting costs when ballot measures are changed by courts close to an election.
Missouri lawmakers concluded a tumultuous annual session Friday, ending their work ahead of a deadline while failing to pass a bill rewriting the state's deadly force standards for police in response to last summer's fatal shooting in Ferguson.
A one-year reauthorization for a tax that provides a large chunk of funding for Missouri's Medicaid program is headed to Gov. Jay Nixon's desk on the final day of session.
A measure that would require Missouri's tax collection agency to notify affected businesses when there are changes in tax policy is headed to the governor's desk.
The Missouri Senate has quit early on the final day of its session, causing the demise of numerous bills.
Victims of rape and sexual assault would be able to get orders of protection against their assailants under a measure sent to Missouri Gov. Jay Nixon.
Missouri House members broke into applause as Rep. Shelley Keeney, of Marble Hill, accepted a marriage proposal on the dais.
The Missouri Legislature has sent Gov. Jay Nixon a measure that would move up the deadline for deciding court challenges to ballot measures.
A Missouri bill limiting when police can use deadly force is dead for the session after the Senate quit early without voting on it.
Young adults in the custody of the state who earn money from work or job training may have funds deposited in a trust fund under a measure sent to Missouri's governor.
The Missouri House unanimously elected Majority Leader Todd Richardson to take over the chamber's top spot on Friday following the resignation of House Speaker John Diehl, who acknowledged exchanging sexually suggestive text messages with a Capitol intern.
Senate meets for less than 45 minutes on Thursday
The Missouri Legislature came to a standstill Thursday, jeopardizing scores of bills with just one day left in the session, as the Republican House speaker announced his resignation amid a scandal and Senate Democrats blocked all debate because of lingering animosity over a bill limiting union powers.
Among the 175 bills and resolutions still waiting for the Missouri Senate’s approval today — the Legislature’s last day for the 2015 session — is the federal reimbursement allowance, or FRA, that means more than $3.6 billion in Medicaid funding for the state budget.