Last week, Lt. Gov. Peter Kinder signed into law the Missouri Returning Heroes’ Act. The law, sponsored by Sen. Maida Coleman, D-St. Louis, will require public universities to charge combat veterans just $50 per credit hour for undergraduate coursework.
Attorneys for Anheuser-Busch argued Wednesday that two shareholder lawsuits in St. Louis should be suspended while a Delaware judge considers nearly a dozen similar lawsuits related to the possible takeover by rival brewer InBev.
A judge has denied a request from critics of stem cell research to block spending from a state life-sciences research fund.
But nothing in Nicholas T. Sheley's history suggested he was capable of the violence of which he is now suspected: killing eight people in Missouri and Illinois.
Monsanto announced Wednesday it completed the purchase of Marmot SA, which operates Semillas Cristiani Burkard, a private, Guatamala-based seed company with operations in 12 countries.
Gov. Matt Blunt has cut Missouri’s $500,000 contribution to help refurbish the courthouse where Harry Truman got his political start.
A man suspected in a killing spree that left eight people in two states dead is being held near St. Louis until authorities from western Illinois can pick him up.
State Rep. Jeff Harris says he would use his office to side with local property owners against large animal feeding operations.
Brad Lager joins several Missouri Republicans who are upset that House Speaker Rod Jetton has been paid to work as a consultant and fundraiser by several Republican lawmakers.
James Keown faces an automatic sentence of life in prison without parole.
With the Mississippi river receding from near-record levels, the Federal Emergency Management Agency opened disaster recovery centers in flooded Clarksville and Winfield on Tuesday.
Nicholas T. Sheley, 28, was arrested at a bar about 10 miles north of St. Louis on Tuesday evening when a bartender and a customer recognized him and called police.
Prosecutors say James Keown was deeply in debt and killed his 31-year-old wife for her life insurance by poisoning her with a chemical found in antifreeze.
The state law that went into effect in January requires gas stations to sell a 10 percent ethanol blend when it is not more expensive than traditional gasoline.
The new law requires tax-rate reductions when assessed property values rise significantly; expands tax breaks for low-income elderly and disabled property owners; and requires faster notification when taxes are likely to increase.
Jackson is a Vietnam veteran like McCain. He had planned on working for the McCain campaign since dropping out of the lieutenant governor’s race.
Nicholas T. Sheley, 28, is a suspect in the killing of a 93-year-old man, a child and six other people.
The southwest Missouri woman said she didn’t hear what happened because of loud music she was playing to calm her daughter, who is autistic.
The Belgian brewer encourged Anheuser-Busch shareholders to challenge the U.S. beer company's rejection of its $65-a-share offer, saying it would give them immediate certainty as stock markets plunge.
The lieutenant governor’s proposal would prohibit state elected officials from working as either a strategic consultant or fundraiser for other elected officials or candidates.