Sen. Kit Bond, R-Mo., will meet the media Monday morning, likely to speak against the economic stimulus plan.
Sen. Kit Bond spoke to the media Monday expressing his concerns with President Obama's stimulus bill, on which the Senate will vote Tuesday.
A boy who was 13 when he was charged with killing his southeast Missouri neighbor will be tried as an adult in a trial now in the jury-selection stage.
A St. Charles priest was sentenced to five years of probation after pleading guilty to charges related to a drunk driving wreck in May that left another driver injured.
A bill sponsored by Rep. Jason Holsman, D-Kansas City, would establish guidelines to reduce light pollution in state parks, wilderness areas and military training facilities.
Missouri lawmakers debate the value of tax credits for businesses. A plan sailed through the House with 85 percent approval and next needs to pass through the Senate.
Police say the mother told them she believes she suffocated her 7-year-old son when she sat on his chest.
Lawmakers want to subject funeral contract sellers to regular and random state audits in response to the collapse of a St. Louis-based funeral company and its affiliates.
Police say the preliminary investigation indicates he was suffocated after his mother rolled on top of him while they slept.
Despite objections by the defense, cameras will be allowed in Greene County courtroom.
Police initially suspected suicide but announced it was a homicide investigation after finding no gun inside the car.
The nightclub was the scene of a violent brawl two weeks ago that left one man stabbed 14 times.
Gov. Jay Nixon requested that areas struck by winter storms last week be declared major disaster areas. Some 13,000 homes are still without power.
Nixon filled the cabinet post with a Missouri native and industry veteran.
At a conference Friday in Jefferson City, Gov. Jay Nixon told county officials no cuts to reimbursments would be a victory.
University of Missouri System president can make workers take time off without pay.
A 24-year-old LaGrange man killed his young wife and infant son Tuesday. He is how being held without bond on two charges of second-degree murder.
A live stream of his speech will be available Friday morning on the UM System Web site.
Democratic state Reps. Mary Still, Chris Kelly and Stephen Webber, all of Columbia, as well as state Sen. Kurt Schaefer, answered questions Thursday night from an audience of about 50 Boone County residents at the Columbia Public Library, which partnered with the League of Women Voters.
Some "nontraditional" educators will be required by the federal government to pay into Social Security starting in 2010. These workers have historically paid into the Public School Retirement System. Some believe PSRS has made working at Missouri schools more desirable and fear losing it.