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Missouri Gov. Jay Nixon vetoed legislation Tuesday that would have repealed a tax break for low-income seniors and disabled residents who live in rental housing.
Losing political candidates could find it harder to get a recount under legislation sent to Missouri Gov. Jay Nixon. A bill given final approval Tuesday would tighten the margin of defeat necessary to trigger a recount.
Insurance agent Joe Williams is trying, like so many others, to get lucky with Powerball.
Missouri voters next year will decide whether to approve a constitutional amendment that supporters argue would protect farmers against potentially unfair regulations.
The top lawmaker in the Missouri Senate says there will be no vote this year on a revision of the state’s criminal laws or a $1.2 billion bonding program.
Missouri lawmakers are pressing to renew a program that provides Medicaid coverage to disabled workers who otherwise would earn too much to qualify for government-funded health care.
Missouri Senate Democrats blocked a vote on legislation that would change which projects fall under the state’s wage requirement for public construction projects.
A measure that would significantly change how unions representing Missouri’s public employees can collect and spend members’ fees was sent to the governor Monday.
Doctors in Missouri would need to be in the room for the initial dose of the drug used in medical abortions under a measure given final legislative approval Monday.
Six federal marshals were honored Monday for bravery for their actions during a 2011 St. Louis gunfight that killed one of their own, along with a drug suspect they were looking to arrest.
A 47-year-old man charged with a 1999 dormitory rape at the University of Missouri in Columbia has pleaded guilty.
It’s still eight years away, but Missouri lawmakers want the planning to begin for the bicentennial celebration of Missouri’s statehood.
A Missouri Senate panel had endorsed a new funding source for a program that serves developmentally disabled children.
Turns out that cutting was the easy part. Now Republicans who control a majority of the state capitols in the United States face a far greater philosophical dilemma — what to do with all the money when an improving economy suddenly creates a surplus in revenues?
The Nixa school district is refusing to allow students to wear T-shirts emblazoned with the Confederate flag to memorialize a classmate’s death.
A St. Louis County mother saved the day on Mother’s Day after finding relatives unresponsive in their beds.
Going into the last week of this year’s legislative session, Missouri lawmakers will take a look at financial problems with the state’s Second Injury Fund.
Jake Anderson didn't have to delve deep into the University of Missouri's agricultural economics program before realizing he would return to the Callaway County farm that's been in his family since 1891, when his great-great grandfather came from Sweden.
“Missouri is far behind the rest of the country” when it comes to early voting and campaign finance and ethics laws, new Secretary of State Jason Kander told fellow lawyers last week at the Missouri Bar’s spring meeting.
The waning years of adolescence can be a tumultuous time for a young person as they begin to establish a pathway toward education, employment or both.