During Tom Schweich's campaign for state auditor, he pledged to serve the full term. Now, he may be reconsidering.
The bill, which has been sent for approval to Gov. Jay Nixon, also would restrict certain employee lawsuits against co-workers for injuries suffered on the job.
Missouri Auditor Tom Schweich has formed a political committee to test the waters for a U.S. Senate campaign.
Apple unveiled its new iPad on Wednesday at a reveal in San Francisco. The new model has a sharper screen and faster processor and will be available next week.
Winds exacerbated the damage the fires have caused in southwestern and southeastern counties as well as in Kansas.
Twenty-seven Guard positions and 11 civilian technician positions could be cut in St. Joseph.
The body of Bobby Hennecke, 59, was found on Monday at the inlet to a diversion channel at the Cape Girardeau/Scott County line. The cause of death has not been revealed.
Under the bill, child abuse on a child younger than 2 years old would result in five to 15 years in prison.
The award-winning sports columnist spoke Wednesday at Columbia College about the importance Title IX had in shaping women's lives beyond the playing field.
Both of Columbia College's basketball teams received berths in the 32-team National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics tournaments and will begin play next week.
After five hours of deliberation by the state Democrats on the proposed legislation that would change the state's rules for lawsuits over workplace discrimination, the Democrats are no longer delaying the vote for the proposed legislation. The Senate is expected to vote on the bill Thursday.
Mitt Romney nudged his Republican opponents toward the sidelines Wednesday and said he was on track to wrap up the presidential nomination before the party convention next summer.
The diseased white-tailed deer were killed at Heartland Wildlife Ranches in Macon County.
The trivia night took place Tuesday and was hosted by Veterans United Home Loans.
The St. Louis-based company's shares tumbled $1.28, or 9.7 percent, Wednesday morning. About 155 employees will lose their jobs.
Amid accusations of atrocities in Baba Amr and other cities, the U.S. Defense Secretary hesitates unilateral action without a "mission."