House Majority Leader Steven Tilley called on Gov. Jay Nixon to reduce the sentence of a man scheduled to be executed next week.
A plan to expand the A+ Schools Program to all public high schools or accredited private schools likely won't pass this year.
Scott Eckersley, attorney for Gov. Jay Nixon, is suing former Gov. Matt Blunt for being wrongly dismissed after raising concerns that Blunt's office was defending the deletion of e-mails in violation of public records laws. Blunt's attorneys asked that Blunt be removed as a defendant in Eckersley's lawsuit and replaced with Nixon. Their request notes that lawsuits naming defendants in their official capacity often are changed when a new person takes office. It also contends Blunt should be dismissed from the lawsuit in his individual capacity.
A man and teenage girl were jailed in connection with the death of a Dixon man.
The A+ Schools Program expansion, which would give certain students four years of free college tuition, will likely not pass this year as the larger education bill was defeated. Rep. Maynard Wallace, R-Thornfield, said the program will not be a part of the new bill when it resurfaces.
U.S. Rep. Russ Carnahan has been meeting with officials from the White House and Treasury Department to convince Chrysler to keep its Fulton plan open.
A St. Louis teen will be tried as an adult for first-degree murder and armed criminal action.
The legislation included an expansion of a college scholarship program, raised minimum pay for public school teachers, banned illegal immigrants from enrolling in state colleges and created a five-star rating system for preschools.
The plan would expand government-subsidized health care to low-income Missourians who have difficulty getting insurance.
Families could pay to renew the sign every 10 years. The signs would read: "Drunk Driving Victim!" and include the person's initials, the month and year that the person died and the slogan, "Think About It!"
A storm that roared through southern Missouri on Friday damaged or destroyed several hundred homes and at least three people died.
The man, who is accused of bludgeoning to death two people in Missouri and six people in Illinois, has now been accused of also taking the legs off a chair and throwing them at the officers and punching one.
U.S. District Judge Scott Wright dismissed a suit that sought to have clemency determined by an independent board instead of Missouri Gov. Jay Nixon because of his former role as Missouri attorney general.
Police do not believe the two alleged victims, two teenage girls, were patients of the 65-year-old doctor.
Twenty-eight people required medical treatment after their co-worker cleaned out a fridge full of rotten food in San Jose, Calif.
Researchers in Texas will use a parasitic fly to kill off part of the fire ant population that costs the Texas economy about $1 billion each year.
The Missouri softball team, given a No. 2 seed in its own NCAA Regional, has plenty of motivation heading into its game against Illinois at 5 p.m. Friday at University Field.