The law, which is targeted at repeat drunken drivers, was passed in 2008 and goes into effect July 1. It applies to anyone convicted of applicable offenses in the past 10 years.
Two central Missouri residents are heading to Washington to lobby in support of a public health insurance option and the needs of rural Missourians.
People who live in Columbia and hail from other countries weighed in Tuesday on the heat wave.
Residents dealt with Tuesday's extreme heat in a number of ways, including with sweet tea and a dip in a creek.
The future of national park land in southern Missouri is to be up for public comment this week across the state, and Columbia public hearing about the future of the Ozark National Riverways.
Sheriff Glenn Boyer says the 24-year-old custodian of the dogs had returned home from a show in Iowa and planned to put the dogs in kennels in the garage.
Missouri State Auditor Susan Montee will release an audit of the Missouri Housing Development Commission on Wednesday. The report comes on the heels of plans for ethics reform and an FBI investigation at the agency.
Using a $726,000 grant, the Missouri Department of Transportation will upgrade 17 dump trucks' engines, replace five trucks and equip other vehicles with emission-control devices or idle-reduction technology.
A federal stay for the execution of Reginald Clemons could put scheduled executions for Missouri inmates on hold, according to the incoming chief justice of the state Supreme Court.
A Missouri trial judge on Tuesday ordered new hearing for three women sentenced to life in prison and denied parole, citing a 2007 law that makes domestic violence victims convicted of killing a spouse or domestic partner eligible for parole.
Missouri State Treasurer Clint Zweifel seeks to improve effectiveness at the state housing development agency with a new ethics policy targeting financial relationships between agency officials and developers, possibly including campaign contributions.
An appeals court ruled Tuesday that Kansas City's smoking ban does not violate state law and that local smoking laws can be more restrictive than state law.
Millionaires at the Missouri Lottery's reunion for large-money winners tend not to be much different than they were before hitting the jackpot.
Supreme Court Judge William Ray Price Jr. said he's receptive to a constitutional amendment that would place another citizen on the seven-member panel that nominates appellate judges.
The Missouri Public Utility Alliance presented a study at a forum Monday indicating the average electric rate in Missouri would increase under federal legislation for a cap-and-trade program that allows pollution permits to be bought and sold.
Three family members' bodies were found in their home on June 9, each with a single fatal gunshot wound. Now Cole Camp police are asking the public for information about a pickup truck or men seen outside the victims' home on June 7.
An auxiliary feedwater pump did not start automatically during a routine test last month prompting a special inspection, which could help nuclear plants with the same parts avoid similar problems.
A search is underway for Leeann Hopson, a Cape Girardeau woman whose home appeared disturbed Sunday.
In 2007 the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers stopped its Missouri projects aimed at restoring habitat for the endangered pallid sturgeon because of the state's objections. Now, Sen. Kit Bond has once again raised environmental concerns about the strategy to be used when the project continues.
Arnetta Warren identified one of the victims as her ex-husband James Warren. The identities of the three other victims found at James Warren's house, including a 3-year-old girl, are unknown.