The governor responded Monday to a St. Louis Post-Dispatch story assailing the judicial process for DWI offenders.
Hundreds of millions of gallons of raw sewage have spilled into Missouri waterways in the past year, Department of Natural Resources data show.
The state lacks the necessary personnel to check ethanol levels at Missouri gas stations. The law requires gas stations to sell fuel containing a 10 percent blend of ethanol whenever its cost is less than or equal to regular gasoline.
A southwest Missouri man charged after ex-girlfriend's parents and new boyfriend found dead.
This is the ninth time the state has tapped into the funds in the past 10 years. The funds must be paid back by May 15.
A resident of the mobile home 19-year-old Lamar Gardner and others were trying to rob said he shot Gardner to defend the two other adults and two children living there. It was previously thought Gardner was accidentally shot by another robber.
Collapse of escalator injures 13 people after a St. Louis Blues game.
The announcement brings the total to $350 million that has been borrowed for cash flow purposes since the state's budget began in July. About $170 million is left in Missouri's reserve fund.
Sen. Kit Bond received the Lifetime Achievement Award in Public Affairs from the March of Dimes for his legislative work on behalf of mothers and babies.
Thirty-year-old John Marcos Ramirez was charged with second-degree murder in the Sept. 17 death of 91-year-old Maxine Ballew. Ballew's body was found inside her burning home after dying of strangulation.
A colony was discovered late last month, making the first confirmed report of the ants in Missouri. The ants cause an estimated $6 billion in damage each year in the U.S.
A legislator wants to restructure funding for the Career Ladder, a program that gives teachers extra pay for extra work, such as tutoring.
The two St. Louis officers appeared Friday in federal court. Prosecutors say the suspects stole merchandise during a traffic arrest.
To offset losses from decreased customer demand due to a mild summer, AmerenUE has asked the state Public Service Commission for a temporary 1.7 percent increase.
The St. Louis-based seed company said the Department of Justice is investigating the way the company sells and licenses its patented genes. Two of Monsanto's competitors say they are cooperating with the department's inquiry.
The Justice Department was already investigating consolidation in the seed industry.
Lightning struck and killed a southwest Missouri farmer checking on his cattle Thursday, as storms pelted the Midwest and threatened a harvest already delayed by earlier rains.
Six people now face charges in the Monday morning home invasion in which Lamar Gardner, of Kansas City, was fatally shot — apparently accidentally by one of his fellow robbers.
State entomologists confirmed that fire ants built mounds in the southeast town of Kennett. The colonies destroy crops, damage farms and hasten soil erosion.
MoDOT will stop construction and maintenance work on Interstate 70 from noon Thursday until 6 a.m. on Friday to help speed traffic.