Ziyad Abid has been jailed since his arrest in September. His attorneys have asked the appellate court to remove Circuit Judge Michael Wagner from the case, arguing that his refusal to release Abid violates the Missouri Constitution, which allows suspects to be held without bond only in capital murder cases.
Gov. Jay Nixon said the cut would create an $800 million budget hole that would be the equivalent of eliminating all state support for higher education institutions.
The state Supreme Court overturned a trial judge's decision that Missouri's 1993 school transfer law imposed an illegal unfunded mandate on the local school districts and was impossible to implement.
According to a probable cause statement, the 50-year-old woman has also been seen photographing and videotaping neighborhood children.
A judge must recuse himself from a new sentencing hearing for Terrance Anderson, who was convicted of slaying the grandparents of his child.
A spokeswoman for the Missouri Department of Transportation said it is unclear when work will resume on the span that carries Interstate 70 over the Missouri River.
The lawsuit blames pilot "negligence and carelessness" in Sept. 15 crash
Jerry Mitchell won for best choreography Sunday night for his work on the musical "Kinky Boots." The musical won six Tonys, including best musical.
The U.S. Department of Agriculture's weekly crop progress report shows 95 percent of the nation's corn crop had been sown as of Sunday.
The 60-year-old father and his son, in his 40s, were both conscious and talking to authorities, describing a malfunction with the plane.
Among its numerous findings, the audit cited three specific grants awarded by the Department of Social Services for child-care providers to open or expand their facilities.
Missouri governor to travel to France, the United Kingdom, Belgium to promote state's businesses. He will also honor World War II veterans with a trip to the Normandy American Cemetery.
House Speaker Tim Jones said the House needs "an honest assessment" on everything from its operating rules to its administrative polices and its workplace conditions for staff and lawmakers.
Circuit Judge Daniel Green on Monday scheduled a two-day hearing in late August at the request of Jesse McKim.
Sean Monsein Williams was sentenced Friday to one 15-year sentence to run concurrently with three consecutive 30-year sentences.
The river should drop below flood stage by the end of this week in St. Louis, and by next week in many other communities.
The ASCE investigators concluded it was impossible to find evidence of EF-5 ratings in the damage because none of the buildings met the high construction quality threshold required for determining that level of wind speed.
The department said most of Missouri's 150 to 300 black bears are found in the Ozarks farther south and east than the Vernon County sighting.
The mother told state investigators after the child was found in the closet that she began hearing voices in 2007.
Missouri needs at least an additional 280 dentists to meet the oral health care needs of its residents, according to the Kaiser Family Foundation.