The bill would prohibit smoking in public places, including restaurants, shopping malls and sports arenas.
St. Louis mayor resists a bill that would shut down President Casino and in turn cost jobs and lose tax revenue.
The Missouri Department of Natural Resources was asked to review pollutant tests on the Bannister Federal Complex in Kansas City, but the department refused to do so until funding was provided. The cost of review is estimated to be approximately $3,000 to $7,000.
Vince Bommarito resigned on Monday. Gov. Jay Nixon called it "appropriate," and said his office will immediately begin the search to fill the vacancy.
Four Wisconsin men endure the hardships of living away from their families –something they had to do to keep their jobs with General Motors.
Slick roads led to several accidents in Kansas, where some areas experienced snow or sleet, and heavy slush shut down runways at Kansas City International Airport in Missouri.
State leaders will try to decide whether or not the state's campaign finance limits should be reintroduced after the Supreme Court tossed out a law similar to the one on the books in Missouri.
In an effort to find alternatives to oil, farmers in Northwest Missouri are researching and testing biofuel crops, such as Miscanthus grass.
Branson airport plans to announce plans for a new air carrier on Tuesday.
A suburban St. Louis woman has been arrested after she shot and missed her husband over tax return money.
Mid-Missouri areas are predicted to take the brunt of a winter storm while Columbia remains largely unaffected.
Public officials want to outlaw the production and sale of K2, a substance that mimics the effects of marijuana.
House Speaker Ron Richard, R-Joplin, said Thursday he doesn’t plan to assign a committee to consider the measure. This action will probably kill the $800 million bond issue, which would be used to finance the construction and renovation of higher education buildings in the state.
New bill expands access to adoptees' medical records.
As state revenues continue to fall below projections, Gov. Nixon is planning another budget review to see if more cuts are needed.
Missouri's laws for control of firearms are weak according to a gun control advocacy group.
The House Public Safety and Corrections committee voted against a bill that would strip $19 million from the Department of Corrections. The proposed cuts come as a result from Gov. Nixon's plan to freeze in-state tuition.
Budget issues will only grow worse at higher education institutions after federal stimulus money depletes.
The society will have paintings from Thomas Hart Benton and other pieces online.
Four American missionaries who had been imprisoned in Haiti on kidnapping charges were released and returned to the U.S. on Thursday.