The state division of tourism has no plans to spend money on the Tour of Missouri bicycle event next year, even though the Missouri legislature budgeted $1 million to help fund the event. The bike race could continue if private funds are raised.
The Senate made possession of 35 grams and more of K2 a felony. The revised bill now needs House approval.
April reveune numbers have legistalors wondering if Missouri's economy is recovering or declining.
Bondi Wood, a candidate for the Democratic nomination for Boone County Presiding Commissioner, has been disqualified from the race for failing to file a personal financial disclosure statement by the deadline.
F. Glenn Miller purchased radio ads in March that contained racist messages and criticized Jews, immigrants and minorities.
Sixteen candidates for the Missouri House of Representatives were disqualifed from the primaries for missing a key deadline.
St. Louis announces plans to host the next Democratic National Convention. The last time the city hosted a national convention was in 1916.
Hospitals that accept Medicare and Medicaid payments must let patients choose which persons, including gay and lesbian partners, can visit them and help make critical health decisions, President Barack Obama said Thursday.
Gov. Jay Nixon received a letter from Guardians of the Free Republics asking him and other executives to leave office.
Mayor and city council members talk about how to better serve the city.
Hedy Epstein, pacifist and Holocaust survivor, gave a lecture at MU Friday night that said President Barack Obama's Nobel Peace Prize was undeserved.
Columbia residents gathered for the second year in a row to assess their feelings about the U.S. presidency.
In his first State of the Union address Wednesday night, President Barack Obama will focus his speech on the economy while both acknowledging missteps and defending the agenda that won him the presidency. Obama is expected to emphasize strategies for tackling unemployment and reining in the federal deficit.
After being charged with second-degree assault on Tuesday, Rod Jetton has decided to close his political consulting firm.
Obama is expected to pledge a 17 percent cut in the nation's emissions. The Congressional Budget Office estimates a $173-per-year cost increase for a family of four.
Georgian officials met with Columbia officials as part of the Open World Program to learn about local government, finance and infrastructure. Georgia has been working toward becoming a democratic society.