Police have used what some call the "five-second" rule to enforce curfews during protests over the Aug. 9 fatal shooting of an unarmed black 18-year-old, Michael Brown, by a white Ferguson officer.
The Department of Transportation said it will be flashing messages on the signs this month urging people to focus on the road and wear their seat belts.
After the U.S. Supreme Court turned away appeals from five states seeking to prohibit same-sex marriages, Missouri Attorney General Chris Koster signaled that Missouri is backing away from defending its own same-sex marriage ban.
H&R Block announced Monday it would not be able to complete a deal to sell its banking business before next tax season.
Bishop James Johnston of Springfield opposes the expansion of a city ordinance that would prevent discrimination based on sexual orientation and gender identity.
Gov. Jay Nixon and Boeing officials announced Monday that the aircraft manufacturer plans to bring 700 jobs to St. Louis.
The Missouri State Highway Patrol said efforts of the unified command, discretion by officers and by protesters acting in a lawful manner have contributed to a lack of arrests.
The two children are being treated for muscle weakness and paralysis that might be linked to the virus.
The ads are from the Missouri Club for Growth and accuse the governor of "playing political games" with budget cuts. They also urge support for proposed Constitutional Amendment 10 on the November ballot.
The Department of Higher Education on Friday announced the state's three-year default rate dropped half a percent from 13.1 percent in 2010 to 12.6 percent in 2011.
Boone County Prosecuting Attorney Dan Knight said that fewer than half of Missouri's counties have advocates based in prosecutor's offices to help crime victims.
The community is driving an uptick in St. Louis County registration.
The 72-hour waiting period for abortions goes into effect on Friday, and despite disagreeing with the law, abortion rights groups currently have no plans to file a lawsuit to challenge the measure.
A donation from a local family foundation will pay to bring trainers to St. Louis to begin the process of certifying 10 more therapists in the program's method.
The production hired 116 Missourians, including more than 30 off-duty law enforcement officials, and used about 1,400 extras.
Age restrictions have wide support, but experts say the laws could make it harder to regulate and tax e-cigarettes down the road if the FDA determines they're unhealthy.
Attorney General Eric Holder and former President Bill Clinton will open the forum on topics of race relations and community policing. The conference will be underway next week at the Clinton Presidential Center.
Alcohol violations on campus increased 144 percent from 2012 while arrests and citations for drug violations increased 71 percent. Dean of students Mike Jungers, however, was not surprised by the increases.
The four plaintiffs claim that law enforcement used excessive force ranging from the use of a rubber bullet to pepper spray. The original lawsuit was filed in Aug. 28.
Melissa "Missy" Miles fell Thursday night at a Blues preseason hockey game against the Minnesota Wild. Miles was pronounced dead at St. Louis University Hospital.