The business border wars continue between Kansas and Missouri.
More than 200 low-wage workers took to the streets in Kansas City in pursuit of raises to $15 an hour as part of an expanding national movement known as Flight for 15.
Missouri lawmakers say they want to regulate facilities where individuals can go and use brewing equipment to make their own alcoholic beverages, including beer, hard cider or mead.
Some Missouri Senate committees are violating the state’s Sunshine Law, the group Progress Missouri said in a lawsuit filed Wednesday in the Cole County circuit court.
Minors convicted of first-degree murder could receive a less-severe punishment than the current requirement of life in prison under legislation advanced Wednesday in the Missouri Senate.
Only one more vote is needed to send a welfare changes bill to Gov. Jay Nixon.
A fishy surprise awaited a St. Louis university rowing crew as they pulled up to dock at Creve Coeur Lake, where they had been practicing.
A Missouri inmate was executed Tuesday night for killing a man in a fit of rage over child support payments 16 years ago.
Missouri's highest court has upheld limits to the damages property owners can recover in nuisance lawsuits against agricultural operations.
Governor appoints replacement for Tom Schweich
Former Missouri Auditor Tom Schweich had talked for years of taking his life — and had become increasingly agitated over politics — but left no suicide note when he fatally shot himself, investigators said Tuesday. Meanwhile, Gov. Jay Nixon has appointed fellow Democrat Nicole Galloway to replace Schweich.
Some Missouri lawmakers are rallying around a proposal to raise the gas tax by 2 cents to help forestall a transportation funding shortfall that officials have warned could jeopardize the state receiving federal dollars.
A new audit claims Missouri owes the federal government $34 million for not complying with Medicaid regulations.
Noted Missouri educator died last week at age 83
Sens. Scott Sifton and Eric Schmitt remembered Charles McClain Monday afternoon.
Advocates for a black inmate facing execution in Missouri said Monday that he was unfairly sentenced to death when African-Americans were excluded from the jury at his St. Louis County trial.
The Missouri House sent a supplemental spending bill to the Senate on Monday that includes $120 million in general revenue for the rest of this fiscal year.
Compromise with Sen. Dixon on multi-county jurisdictions
If the Senate, House and governor agree, some Missouri counties could be given a chance to become part of multi-county prosecutor areas.
The high cost of a drug used to treat Medicaid patients with hepatitis C drew scrutiny from lawmakers earlier this year, but other drugs are also driving up the state’s costs and likely will continue to do so for several years, government data reveals.
CAPE GIRARDEAU (AP) — Some aspiring Missouri teachers are finding themselves struggling on a new test they must pass to get a job.
A community walk designed to emphasize the values shared by people of different cultures, faiths and social classes will mark the one-year anniversary of the day a man consumed with hatred toward Jews shot and killed three people in suburban Kansas City.
Legislators to consider a 2-cent fuel tax increase per year without a public vote
Missouri senators could vote to raise fuels taxes this week — then send the bill to the House for its approval. Legislators could impose a 2-cent fuel tax increase per year without a public vote.