After the State of the State address on Wednesday, Republicans in the legislature are ready to challenge Gov. Jay Nixon's proposed budget for the next two fiscal years.
A special prosecutor acknowledged she is reviewing the case after receiving new information.
Data from the American Association of Suicidology show that Missouri's 2012 suicide rate climbed above the 15-per-100,000 threshold for the first time since 2000.
New bond revenues could transform the Missouri Department of Transportation building into a space for legislative and executive employees. The proposal for the project sets aside $35 million.
The MU Sinclair School of Nursing issued a news release that said advance practice registered nurses provide better care when they're allowed to operate independently and consult physicians only as needed.
Missouri landowners are worried about a proposal to convert an unused rail line into a cross-state biking and hiking trail.
Since being sworn into office on Jan. 7, Rep. Chuck Basye, R-Rocheport, has attended Republican caucus meetings and had lunch with University of Missouri System President Tim Wolfe.
In the request, $13 million would be generated in part through expanded Medicaid funding, which has been widely criticized by Republicans.
For the first time since 2009, most Americans are paying less than $2 per gallon of gas.
As the state's department of education prepares to change teacher certification requirements, education administrators pose questions regarding proposed changes.
The town of Grain Valley will no longer ticket drivers who warn oncoming traffic of speed traps.
Elders Jake Fullmer and Tanner Tippetts, both of Utah are in the midst of performing missionary work in Maryville for the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. The LDS Church strongly encourages missionary service for young men.
Kansas City's gun squad opened 100 investigations last year, and 2015 is hardly letting up.
The proposed budget includes $140 million in supplemental requests, most of which would be for meeting current Medicaid needs. Republican leaders call expansion of Medicaid a "nonstarter."
Reps. Stephen Webber and Kip Kendrick, D-Columbia, Reps. Caleb Jones and Caleb Rowden, R-Columbia, and Rep. Chuck Basye, R-Rocheport, each gave brief speeches at the annual event.
Daniel Isom II was named the public safety director by Governor Jay Nixon in August but needed Senate confirmation by early February to remain in the post.
Marcellus Williams, 46, was convicted of the 1998 murder of Lisha Gayle and would have been executed next Wednesday.
A 19-year-old man was fatally shot after he got out of a stolen car and refused to drop a gun with an extended magazine that could hold dozens of rounds, authorities said.
The lawsuit claims the Missouri Department of Revenue unfairly allows Tesla Motors to sell cars directly to consumers. Tesla said buying directly from the company eliminate an unnecessary intermediary.
Democratic Rep. Joshua Peters of St. Louis says the bill will prevent fraud if the mobile device is lost or stolen.