The tax break would equal 0.75 percent of the assessed value of homes, meaning people with more valuable houses would get larger tax reductions.
Summer Warren was granted the wish of riding a unicorn over a rainbow from the Make-a-Wish foundation.
The Missouri State Emergency Management Agency says the drill will now be at 1:30 p.m. Thursday.
The measure would require 72 hours to pass before a woman can have an abortion after seeing a doctor.
The governor plans to travel to Montreal, Ottawa and Toronto to meet with Canadian government and business leaders.
The new ABC series "Resurrection" is set in Arcadia, a city that thrived in the 19th century but has struggled in recent years.
Sandra Plunkett claimed during her trial that she shot her husband in self-defense after suffering years of abuse.
The latest ethanol expansion, which allows gas stations to sell a 15 percent ethanol blend, has sparked debate because of the way it's being enacted.
The workshops are designed to give levee district officials a chance to hear about the spring flood outlook and discuss levee safety, response capabilities and other issues.
Jennifer Reeder, 19, of Springfield; Erin Hook, 20, of St. Joseph; and Paul Stankus, 49, of Clinton died in the collision.
The bills would set pricing standards and limit local say over utility placement, but companies say the changes are necessary to curb price abuse and expand connectivity.
The Saint Louis Art Museum has at least six pieces of artworks that Nazis confiscated from their own museums as degenerate.
A western-themed, barbecue restaurant is drawing new traffic to an old Missouri town.
The head of the National Archives wrote in a recent memo that nearly 4,000 records of individual federal employees were dumped, stashed or otherwise destroyed.
Sponsoring Rep. Bill Lant, a Pineville Republican, said these serious investigations shouldn't be rushed.
The measure would require that agencies post online both a summary of their proposed rule changes and a link to the full text.
Gov. Jay Nixon plans to open the trout season at 6:30 a.m. at Bennett Spring State Park near Lebanon in south-central Missouri.
Since the construction of Kansas City's new arena — the Sprint Center — in October 2007, the city's old arena — the Kemper Arena — has suffered a $500,000 annual deficit. Now two groups dispute Kemper Arena's fate.
A lively discussion between lawmakers and other Missouri leaders Wednesday evening suggests that systemic problems in Missouri tax law may obstruct reform as much as differing political philosophies.
SB 916 follows a contentious trend in states such as Arizona and Kansas. Opposition argues that the bill would open the way for discrimination against gay and lesbian residents.