The department's Office of Community Oriented Policing Services held its first voluntary training session Friday for St. Louis area police.
Officials across much of the rest of the state aren't following suit, asserting that the court cases don't apply there.
The website offers recommended detours and includes details on why a bridge is closed, how it will be fixed and how the repairs will be funded.
A GoFundMe to help raise money for the funeral and an education fund for Matthew Chism's young son had raised about $15,000 from more than 250 donors by Thursday evening.
Children's Mercy expects to perform five to seven heart transplants a year at first, with that number doubling in the future.
The Missouri Department of Transportation says Union Pacific Railroad is replacing a bridge near the Kansas City suburb of Lee's Summit, forcing the track to temporarily close.
The commission was established under a 1941 law and is responsible for licensing and regulating people working in the real estate field.
Show-Me Cannabis can begin collecting the 165,000 required signatures following the acceptance of its petition. The signatures must come from six of the eight Missouri districts and total 8 percent of registered voters to appear on the ballot.
St. Louis Circuit Judge Rex Burlison overturned Missouri's ban on gay marriage on Wednesday, determining the law unconstitutional. But the ruling only applies to St. Louis City and licenses won't be issued elsewhere.
Tim Jones, who is an attorney, said he has accepted a position as a senior policy fellow at the Hammond Institute for Free Enterprise at Lindenwood University.
Lawmakers on both sides of the aisle say they intend to introduce legislation to soothe tensions exacerbated by the shooting death of Michael Brown, although Republicans have indicated that Ferguson might be better handled outside of the Senate.
The student journalists wanted to interview St. Louis police chief about thefts of band equipment from vans outside St. Louis concert venues and were surrounded, searched and questioned.
The Republican supermajority elected to keep its leadership intact. State Democrats picked Sen. Joe Keaveny to succeed Jolie Justus as minority leader.
Nowhere in the entire nation did Democrats take over a legislative chamber previously held by Republicans.
The cub named Fei Jai (FAY JAY) was born in June and weights a little more than 4 pounds. The red pandas are a part of the zoo's Tiger Trail exhibit.
Wednesday's release includes $2 million for the A+ Scholarship program and $1 million for Access Missouri scholarships.
Missourians react to the results of the state ballot measures: Amendment 2 and Amendment 10 were approved, and Amendment 3 and Amendment 6 were voted down.
This year's midterm elections brought in 15 percent fewer Boone County voters than the average turnout. Political science professor Marvin Overby offers possible reasoning for the lack of voter interest.
The release of the money follows an announcement that Missouri’s nonfarm payroll employment grew by 8,100 jobs in September. Nixon said the state's economic growth makes these priority investments possible.
Missouri Republicans will be in a strong position to enact their agenda in 2015, with control 118 of the 163 House seats and 25 of the 34 Senate seats when legislators convene in January.