After ride-sharing company Uber threatened to leave Kansas City, the mayor and City Council agreed to tweak the city's regulations.
The airport also announced that it will add daily service to three cities — Portland, Oregon; Austin, Texas; and Jackson, Tennessee.
Pam Hylton will step down from her post on May 15 to take a job as assistant city manager in Richmond Heights, Missouri.
The bill is aimed at easing the physician shortage in Missouri.
Antonio Whiteside pleaded guilty to setting fire to Ferguson Supermarket on Nov. 24.
A St. Louis County judge may throw out a lawsuit that would appoint a special prosecutor to investigate county prosecutor Robert McCulloch's handling of grand jury proceedings in the Michael Brown shooting case.
The parents of Michael Brown filed a wrongful-death lawsuit Thursday against the city of Ferguson, Missouri, over the fatal shooting of Michael Brown by Darren Wilson, a confrontation that sparked a protest movement across the United States.
Efforts to block Gov. Jay Nixon from extending bonds to help build a new St. Louis football stadium have failed, and some lawmakers said the bill could hurt Missouri's credit rating.
Richard Strong, 48, was convicted of first-degree murder in May 2003 for the deaths of his girlfriend and her 2-year-old daughter. His execution is scheduled for June 9.
Missouri legislators approved a budget Thursday that will cut spending for social services while increasing basic aid for K-12 schools.
The giant Agave americana — traditionally found in Mexican deserts and known for its role in tequila production — could grow up to 25 feet before flowering and dying.
The state has received another $3 million to help clean up a Springfield industrial site contaminated by chemicals.
Hundreds of people turned out to honor the Missouri men and women who died in the Vietnam War during the dedication of a memorial at a southwest Missouri college.
Roman Catholic cardinals from around the nation will gather in St. Louis on Friday.
A longtime educator with a history in community college leadership has been chosen as the next president of Big Sandy Community and Technical College in Prestonsburg.
The Missouri Clean Energy Coalition, a group of 20 organizations including the Sierra Club and the Franciscan Sisters of Mary, will lobby for the Grain Belt Express' approval.
The wrongful death lawsuit brought by Brown's parents has been expected.
The Missouri House voted 123-32 to pass a measure that would allow local governments to collect a monthly fee of up to $1.50 on devices capable of using 911, including cellphones, with voter approval.
The measure would block more restrictive local regulation of the ride-sharing companies
Nixon said Wednesday that he agrees with the need for personal responsibility by adults but is concerned about the bill's effect on children in families whose benefits would get cut.