“Matt Blunt: Document Destroyer” was created and paid for by the Missouri Democratic Party in response to the e-mail controversy in the governor’s office.
The potential hiring of a former telecommunications executive as the next University of Missouri System president has some faculty worried that the finalist lacks the necessary experience in academia.
Missouri’s non-partisan method is a model for many states, but opponents say it’s out of date and keeps the public in the dark.
Proving where the crme took place is not suject to the same burden of proof at trial.
The governor declined to say if the resignation was forced and would not give a timeline of events.
More than three years after his children disappeared, Dan Porter was charged Tuesday with their slayings, telling reporters that he had confessed and was still haunted by their deaths.
The story of a girl who killed herself after receiving cruel messages on the Internet is prompting calls from her family for legal reforms to better protect against online harassment.
Hundreds of bird-watchers, backpackers, hunters and rafters from across the state are lobbying Congress to designate about 50,000 acres as federally protected wilderness areas.
Here’s an early look at who will compete in 2008 to represent Columbia and Boone County's five state House districts.
The Transportation Department said it needs a budget increase now that state funds are drying up.
The mother of a Columbia man charged with murder was held in contempt of court Wednesday after shouting at a witness during her son’s trial at the Boone County Courthouse.
Nearly a year after the chandelier in the Capitol building fell to the floor, it was raised and lit Wednesday. For the first time in 40 years the dome was fully illuminated.
The Missouri Department of Corrections received a mandate Monday to return Rios to Boone County for a new murder trial.
The request to former state Attorney General John Ashcroft from then-state Sen. Ralph Uthlaut Jr. was clear: Are Missouri lawmakers immune from arrest for drunken driving and other traffic violations?
Zach Kinne was elected national FFA president in at the 80th FFA Convention in Indianapolis.
The Missouri Bar Association won’t take a stance on having a moratorium on the death penalty in Missouri, but a national ban is recommended by the American Bar Association.
Gov. Matt Blunt, an abortion-rights opponent, has launched a task force on a scientific quest to determine how abortions affect women.
Sen. Chuck Graham, under pressure from Republicans to resign following his drunk driving arrest last weekend, said he has no plans to ditch his re-election campaign.
Gov. Matt Blunt terminated the state contracts of Sam’s Janitorial Services in Jefferson City following a raid that resulted in the arrest of 25 employees. The owner of the service said the governor overstepped his authority.
A planned fundraiser for Sen. Chuck Graham will take place as scheduled Friday evening at the Clinton Club at Mizzou Arena.