Molly Hackett, Jane Quinn and Kimberly Ritter are developing a website of hotel room photographs that can be accessed by police and the public hoping to track down both victims of sex trafficking — many as young as 13 — and their pimps.
Since 2008, Inheritance of Hope has hosted Legacy Retreats for families facing life-threatening illnesses.
Missouri has already put to death two convicted killers in the first two months of 2014 — Herbert Smulls in January and Michael Taylor in February — with two more inmates on the verge of getting their execution dates.
Missouri previously held its party primary in February, but faced losing some delegates to the 2016 Republican convention because of new party rules.
The tour, dubbed "McCaskill on Main Street," begins Monday.
Secretary of State Jason Kander, a Democrat, said investors want to know how money has been spent for political purposes by the companies in which they invest.
The bill would cap fines at $135 and prevent drivers from being assessed penalty points.
Missouri teens younger than 17 would need written parental approval to use tanning beds under legislation passed by the state House on Thursday.
The Senate health committee endorsed the bill Thursday by a 6-4 vote, clearing it to move to the full Senate for debate.
The performance-based goals would apply in years the state can afford to increase higher education funding.
The Department of Conservation said nearly 3,700 deer were tested.
Republican senators have passed legislation Thursday that would limit unemployment benefits for people fired for repeatedly missing work or other alleged misconduct.
The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers has been asked to release its preventative measures for spring flooding from melting snowpacks.
The plan approved by the House Budget Committee takes a two-tiered approach, not typically used in Missouri, to fund hundreds of public school districts and dozens of state colleges and universities.
The House bill would let communities with no-points ordinances continue operating traffic cameras in certain locations and under state rules. The measure would prevent drivers statewide from accruing penalty points for violations caught by a red-light or speeding camera and would allow municipalities to fine drivers up to $135 for each ticket issued using a camera.
Proposals taking aim at Missouri's death penalty procedures were examined Wednesday by the Senate's only Democratic-led committee.
Three historic sites and one monument are on a list of 250 places compiled by stl250. The list includes sites, tourist attractions and businesses the group says have made St. Louis what it is today.
The measure states that parents have a right to make decisions involving the "discipline, education, religious instruction, health, medical care, place of habitation, and general well-being" of children.
The bill by Democratic Sen. Jamilah Nasheed, of St. Louis, would raise Missouri's minimum wage to $10 an hour in 2015 and continue to adjust it annually for inflation.
The Student Government Association's has suggested The Columns to become online-only, discontinuing pay for the adviser and staff.