Nixon said the discrimination bill had similar flaws as the one he vetoed last year.
Police officers used force when breaking up an Occupy protest yesterday at Compton Hill Reservoir Park in St. Louis.
The lawsuit seeks to overturn a proposed amendment that would require individuals to show photo identification when voting in Missouri.
One bill would make it illegal for drivers to do anything that could distract them from driving, while the other would allow distracting digital billboards along Missouri's roads.
Millions of rose petals will be dropped in the north Atlantic to commemorate the centennial anniversary of the ship's sinking.
The protesters attempted to camp overnight in the city park after police had told them that doing so was prohibited.
The project intends to more clearly describe the threat and potential impact of severe storms without causing panic.
The Rev. Al Sharpton visited St. Louis on Friday at an event hosted by Democratic U.S. Rep. William Lacy Clay that aimed to raise awareness about voter identification reform.
The two-day sausage festival will be held March 24 and March 25.
Richard Dinkela's interest in Route 66 helped him win a year's worth of free gas as part of the "Local Legends" contest conducted by Phillips 66. More than 200 videos were entered in the contest — Dinkela's finished third.
Members and their families want to add a statue memorializing the group's contributions at Roaring River State Park.