Rep. Karla May, a St. Louis Democrat, sent a letter Thursday to committee chairman Sen. Kurt Schaefer, asking that the investigation into Gov. Jay Nixon's use of National Guard troops be expanded to look at whether McCulloch committed prosecutorial misconduct.
Former MU student Anthony Johnson thinks the large number of volunteers in Missouri bodes well for the Show-Me State's initiative petition.
The workers are currently paid a minimum of $7.50 an hour, but an agreement ratified by the state Quality Home Care Council ensures them between $8.50 and $10.15 an hour.
The meeting is meant to find ways to expand the industry and spur economic development in rural Missouri.
Hundreds of area residents attended the church's dedication ceremony and first Mass on Wednesday.
The officials now are predicting Missouri revenues of $8.37 billion for the 2015 fiscal year that runs through June.
Attorney General Chris Koster announced the lawsuit Thursday at a St. Louis news conference.
A decision on extending the license for the Fulton plant was expected this month. The plant's current operating license is set to expire in 2024.
St. Louis County's jumble of more than 80 municipal courts has been targeted by some public-interest lawyers who say the courts are virtual debtor's prisons, extracting fines and fees from poor drivers and using the money to fund local governments.
The police are not blameless, and the protesters shouldn't shoulder all the blame. There are individuals on both sides making positive contributions and perpetuating the problem.
The execution would be Missouri's first in 2015, after a state record 10 inmates were put to death this year.
Moniteau County Prosecuting Attorney Shayne Healea said he thinks media coverage of the late October wreck in downtown Columbia will prejudice prospective jurors in his case.
Margaret Vandeven replaces Chris Nicastro, who announced in September that she was resigning at the end of the year.
Auditor Tom Schweich called the issues "relatively small" and said the agency has an overall "good" rating.
The Missouri Department of Higher Education has withdrawn a proposed rule change that would make scholarships available to students at Western Governors University Missouri and online-only school.
While a new Bootheel levee would protect Missouri agricultural land, it would also increase the risk of flooding black communities in Illinois.
Some who call an ambulance for themselves or others would be immune from charges of drug possession, but there are stipulations.
A Missouri white supremacist accused of killing three people at Jewish sites in Kansas said he has been found fit to stand trial. Attorneys have not confirmed the statement.
Lt. Steven Blakeney is accused of taking two women home after meeting them at a bar. The women said in written statements they woke up in his living room with no memory of how they got there. Blakeney said the claims are fabricated and designed to embarrass him.