Gov. Jay Nixon has signed legislation making it a misdemeanor to publish police booking photos on websites and then seek money to take the photos down.
The district said a worker downloaded records from a work computer onto a hard drive. The worker, who left the district shortly afterward, connected the hard drive to a home network, making the data accessible online.
One of the bills signed Tuesday would block arrangements in which public employees sign over their future pension rights to get an upfront lump sum of money — sort of like a payday loan.
Gov. Jay Nixon vetoed a bill that would have closed records of reports of about waste and fraud that are submitted to the lieutenant governor.
Gov. Nixon has vetoed two bills designed to move regulatory oversight for captive deer ranches from the Department of Conservation to the Department of Agriculture.
The website allows people to create a secure account to register to vote and to request and receive absentee ballots while stationed elsewhere.
The Missouri Department of Transportation will close Interstate 44 from Broadway near the Edward Jones Dome to the Poplar Street Bridge. The closure is from 8 p.m. Friday until 5 a.m. Wednesday.
The governor said that he doesn't think the amendment will have that big of an effect and that he thinks the state constitution is already pretty long.
The Coast Guard said it may have to wait another month for the rain-swollen Mississippi River to drop to a safe level before it can attempt to salvage a towboat that sunk with thousands of gallons of diesel fuel aboard.
One of the two wolves who escaped from an enclosure in Robertsville in June has been recovered by the animal's owner.
It will shut down the 61-year-old plant in Oakville by 2022 or possibly sooner pending stricter rules on greenhouse gas emissions.
This lawsuit is one of dozens over the last three decades against Remington regarding the company's Model 700 rifles.
Rainfall amounts were generally less than 2 inches Tuesday. National Weather Service meteorologist Jayson Gosselin said that means the river level shouldn't go up much, if at all.
The Missouri Public Service Commission is considering whether to grant a certificate for the transmission lines to be built and operated.
The accident happened when a 60-car Union Pacific train hit a 75-car Burlington Northern Santa Fe train near Rockview on May 25, 2013.
The Missouri River 340, a boat race across Missouri, has been postponed to Aug. 12 because of flooding.
The deadline to register to vote in the Aug. 5 primary election is Wednesday. Here are the registration requirements and more useful information.
The Missouri Department of Transportation has released cost estimates for more than 800 projects that could be funded by a sales tax on the Aug. 5 ballot.
Hugh McVey has been hired as a liaison and coordinator for the Division of Employment Security.
The bill-signing Monday comes as the federal Environmental Protection Agency has proposed rules that would require Missouri to cut carbon dioxide emissions from power plants by more than one-fifth by 2030.