The Missouri National Guard and State Highway Patrol have racked up nearly $12 million of costs while providing security stemming from protests in Ferguson and the St. Louis area.
Dakota Moss of Centralia, about 60 miles east of St. Louis, remained jailed Friday, two days after being charged with stealing firearms from a federal firearms licensee, carrying a firearm during a violent crime, possessing a stolen firearm and being a felon with a firearm.
Protestors arrived at the Missouri Governor's Mansion and walked into the state Capitol to hold a rally.
Kansas City school, Paseo Academy of Fine and Performing Arts, show how arts can be a boon for economically challenged children.
If passed as is, employers could fire or discipline those who don't give them access to their online accounts.
The Benedictine Sisters of Clyde, Missouri, have been producing altar bread for churches around the world for over a century. The group produces white, wheat and low-gluten varieties of the bread used during Catholic Mass.
Protesters from as far as Detroit and South Carolina have joined the NAACP's protest march from Ferguson to Jefferson City. The marchers plan to arrive at the Governor's Mansion on Friday afternoon.
Secretary of State Jason Kander opened a petition amending Article I of the Missouri Constitution for public comment.
Two campaigns in particular spent out hundreds of thousands of dollars in a media blitz leading up to the Nov. 4 elections: a group supporting restrictions on the governor's budget-balancing powers, and opponents of a measure to tie teacher evaluations to student performance.
Overtime accounts for more than $2.5 million of the extra expenses. The rest covers supplies, food and clothing.
St. Louis Mayor Francis Slay announced a compromise on Thursday with the bill's sponsor, Alderman Terry Kennedy.
Sports editor Roger Hensleysaid in a statement that Burwell was one of the most well-respected journalists in his field. The Associated Press Sports Editors named Burwell one of the top 10 sports columnists in the country in 2007.
Somebody shot the window out of the back of one of the buses traveling with the march, activists said.
Priddy graduated from MU in 1963 with a 2.2 GPA. He went on to cover the General Assembly for decades. His colleagues say he knows more about state politics and government than anyone else in Missouri.
Louis Head said Wednesday in a statement to CNN that he was full of emotion on the night of Nov. 24, when he yelled into a crowd of protesters.
Federal regulators say the Callaway Ameren plant poses no risk to the public. Customers should see no impact, a senior director at Ameren said.
An albino deer, rare and known for its white majesty, was shot with a bow and arrow on hunting grounds after years of preservation.
The ACLU lawsuit against a Kansas City suburb, dismissed in October, brings to attention the gray line that is free speech.
An attorney for a man identified in court documents as M.S. argued before the state Supreme Court on Wednesday that Missouri should allow divorces for same-sex couples married legally in other states.
Senate President Pro Tem Tom Dempsey and House Speaker Tim Jones have filed a motion asking to intervene in a Jackson County court case, so they can appeal it to the state Supreme Court.