Two Republicans, two Libertarians and one Democrat are on the Aug. 5 ballot, seeking their parties' nominations.
Both of the first-time candidates, Elizabeth "Betsy" Phillips and Chuck Basye, hope to take on the incumbent, Rep. John Wright.
If a bill passed by the Missouri General Assembly is signed into law, first responders in Missouri will be able to carry medication that reverses the potentially fatal effects of opioid overdose.
State and local candidates running in the August Primary Election provided one-minute presentations over dinner and dessert at the annual Strawberry Festival on Friday evening.
U.S. Sen. Roy Blunt, R-Mo., met with Truman Veterans Hospital leadership Thursday morning to discuss the treatment of mental health issues in Columbia and the ongoing nationwide Veterans Affairs scandal.
The Boone County Republican Central Committee is trying find a replacement recorder of deeds candidate after Wes Upchurch was deemed ineligible to run because he didn't pay his state taxes.
While anti-abortion groups say the legislation would help women make informed decisions, others point out that the restrictions are simply efforts to block access to abortion.
Pamela Merritt of Progress Missouri participated in the filibuster because she wanted to represent the people who couldn't attend.
Nixon said the tax cut bill could eliminate Missouri's tax on all income over $9,000, creating a $4.2 billion hole in Missouri's budget.
Activists at the Rally for Women's Lives decried legislation they said threatens women's health.
Some Democrats argued the bill is unnecessary because the U.S. Constitution already protects students' religious freedoms.
The "paycheck protection" bill would require unions to seek annual permission to spend public employees' union dues for political activities.
The bill, discussed by legislators Tuesday, would prevent the public from accessing information about the farmers and ranchers who raise livestock.
The House voted to remove a previously contentious part of the bill that would have opened federal agents to criminal prosecution for enforcing gun laws. Even with this change, House Democrats showed fierce opposition.
Boone County includes five districts in the Missouri House of Representatives. Candidates in three of those races are running unopposed.
Missouri would be tied with South Dakota and Utah as the state with the longest waiting period for an abortion.
The House version of legislation that would triple the mandatory waiting period for abortions passed the first-round vote, while its Senate counterpart faltered after Democrats commanded the four-hour floor debate.
Even though the bill would stop the state governments from offering businesses incentives to switch states, it wouldn’t have any effect on the local governments from continuing to try and undercut each other.
The city will not grant CVS Pharmacy a building permit for its proposed downtown location until it fixes issues with the plan's drive-thru, box culvert extension and a sewer main under the property.
The city's three remaining options might not be able to raise $19.75 million to fund sewer and electric works for additional downtown development.