The Missouri House of Representatives voted 106-52 Thursday to approve the removal of the franchise tax by the 2016 tax year.
Laws making abortion more difficult might make it possible to require a woman to carry a baby to term, but it is not possible to make her want or love the child.
Despite the Supreme Court ruling Wednesday, St. Charles city and county officials say the decision left open whether various local and state restrictions on funeral protests are constitutional.
The new legislation would require Missouri clinics that receive federal Family Planning or Title X funds to report to the state exactly how each federal dollar is spent.
Descriptions of this man and his truck are similar to those of a man connected to three incidents on Tuesday night, police said.
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The Supreme Court ruled that protests by the Westboro Baptist Church at military funerals are protected under the First Amendment.
The Globe Theater, a masked ball called The Jubilee, Campfire Stories and The True Life Run are all new this year.
Pitcher Chelsea Thomas struck out 11 batters in Missouri’s first home game of the year.
City Manager Bill Watkins announced the appointment, which will be effective Sunday.
The Supreme Court on Wednesday voted 8-1 to uphold the protesting rights of the Westboro Baptist Church. The decision threw out a $5 million judgment to the father of a dead Marine who sued church members who picketed his son's funeral.
Baylor center Brittney Griner scored 22 points to help the Bears earn the Big 12 regular season title.
Jake Cyr, a 141-pound freshman on the Missouri wrestling team, is a nursing major at MU. He also walked onto the team with his older brother Josh Cyr.
The Columbia College women's basketball team will play Park University in the AMC Tournament semifinals Friday.
Freshman Nick Norton is a key contributor again in the 68-46 victory.
Three bills call for a training program to be developed to educate coaches about head injuries and also would require an examination to be conducted before an injured player can return to the field.
The bill will prevent the state and courts from taking away custody rights solely because the parents have a disability.
The bond for Scott Andrew Robinson, who police say drove into the First Presbyterian Church, is reduced from $60,000 to $6,000. He will face a series of restrictions when he is released.
The Missouri House of Representatives has endorsed a bill providing for tax amnesty. All interest and penalties would be waived for those who pay their bills between Aug. 1 and Oct. 31.
Motorists should be prepared to slow down for construction crews on Interstate 70 near the Rocheport Exit. Repairs on both sides of the highway will begin this spring.
The downtown diner is set to reopen in late March.