Public access to footage from police cameras in Missouri would be restricted under a measure moving forward in the Legislature.
Emergency 911 systems in Missouri would get a new funding stream under a measure that supporters say is needed to enhance outdated services across the state.
Missouri Gov. Jay Nixon says he has concerns about a bill passed by lawmakers that would reduce how long people can receive welfare benefits.
A new state audit chides Missouri Gov. Jay Nixon for continuing to use money budgeted for state agencies to cover some of his office expenses.
Wet conditions across Missouri have pushed corn planting back and could result in possible yield loss in the southern part of the state.
Sen. Rob Schaaf, R-St. Joseph, thinks making Interstate 70 into a toll road is a better transportation improvement option than raising Missouri’s fuel tax by 2 cents a gallon.
The St. Louis County group Returning Government to the People said Tuesday it is appealing last week’s Cole County circuit court ruling blocking its proposed campaign finance reform amendment.
The Missouri House sent a top business priority for Republicans to Gov. Jay Nixon’s desk Tuesday, but the measure doesn’t have enough votes to override a potential veto.
Agriculture officials want to recognize more Missouri farms that have been in the same family for at least 100 years.
Three suspicious items that forced the several-hour evacuation of St. Louis’ City Hall on Tuesday turned out to be two abandoned carbon dioxide canisters and a bag, all ultimately deemed harmless after their discovery forced the swearing-in ceremony of recently elected aldermen to be moved to a nearby park.
A standoff involving Ferguson law enforcement officers and a man believed to have shot his brother in the head ended peacefully after hours of negotiations.
A measure supporters say would allow families dealing with difficult situations to remain together without government interference is moving forward in the Missouri Legislature
Pope Francis accepted the resignation Tuesday of a U.S. bishop who pleaded guilty to failing to report a suspected child abuser, answering calls by victims to take action against bishops who cover up for pedophile priests. Bishop Robert Finn has resigned as leader of the Kansas City-St. Joseph Roman Catholic Diocese.
House panel hears testimony for texting-driving ban
A measure to ban texting and driving for all drivers in Missouri was touted Monday night at the House Committee of Public Safety and Emergency Preparedness.
Review of Missouri K-12 learning goals further strained
A panel of Missouri teachers and parents tasked with reviewing the state’s education standards is so divided that members told the State Board of Education on Monday they have split into two groups.
An eastern Missouri man is accused of felony child abuse after police say he burned his girlfriend’s 6-year-old daughter with a nightlight bulb.
Attorney General Chris Koster and his staff will defend the Missouri Senate in the lawsuit Progress Missouri filed last week, accusing the Senate of violating Missouri’s “Sunshine” law.
The city of Columbia plans to use a $1.37 million federal grant to improve and extend two runways at the Columbia Regional Airport.
Some groups of parents and teachers tasked by lawmakers with reviewing learning standards for Missouri's K-12 children are so divided that they refuse to work together.
Missouri Republicans said early in the session Medicaid expansion was a non-starter again this year and despite Democratic attempts to address the issue using amendments and protests, they’ve stuck true to their word.