Missouri House approves autism insurance mandate

The bill that would require health insurance plans to cover treatment for autism was approved by in the House by a vote of 135-18 Thursday.

Lawmakers look to give Missouri state auditor monitoring power

Lawmakers are contemplating a bill that would give the Missouri state auditor authority to monitor state pension system

Missouri senator wants to do away with tenure for teachers

A Missouri senator wants to implement a bill that would pay teachers based on their performance

Missouri senator to hold hearing for payday loan bill

A Missouri senator looks to push his new bill on payday loan legislation at a hearing in St. Louis on Thursday.

Sixteen arrested in $10 million Missouri bank fraud scheme

Prosecutors say the defendants were invovled in at least 31 fraudulent business loans ranging from $100,000 to $1.6 million.

Lambert Airport to undergo largest renovations in history

Lambert Airport in St. Louis is about to undergo the largest renovation in its history. Officials plan to announce the improvements on Thursday.