Chief Justice Laura Stith defended the state’s non-partisan court plan Tuesday in her State of the Judiciary address to the Missouri General Assembly
Republican U.S. Rep. Kenny Hulshof of Columbia kicked off his campaign for governor at a meeting with a couple dozen enthusiastic supporters at Columbia Regional Airport on Monday morning.
Voter interest appears high for Missouri’s presidential primaries. The number of delegates at stake is high, too. But until this weekend, the candidates’ interest in Missouri, particularly Republicans, seemed comparatively low.
Protestors see the anti-illegal immigration group as activists, particularly after Frances Semler, a member of the city’s parks board, resigned last week because of her Minuteman involvement.
Thursday’s snowstorm hit eastern Missouri hard, causing several car accidents and closing down Lambert-St. Louis International Aiport for several hours.
The bill that was filed Thursday morning would require mandatory substance abuse treatment for anyone convicted of possession of methamphetamines as well as a potential child endangerment charge if a user shares their home with children.
A section added to a bill Wednesday would prohibit teachers from interacting with students on social networking Web sites, such as Facebook, that parents cannot access.
The legislation was proposed in response to the suicide of a St. Charles teenager.
A House committee discussed a bill Wednesday that could take control of high school extracurricular activities from MSHSAA and give it to the state Education Department.
A House committee is seeking to enlist the help of Secretary of State Robin Carnahan in its quest to block Gov. Matt Blunt’s government-subsidized health care program.
The Senate majority leader announced he will not be running for governor but instead aims to become Senate pro tem
Under the proposed measure, a public university would be required to perform a check of the state's sex offender registry for each housing applicant.
She was a writer and singer as well as an honorary co-chair of the Harry S. Truman Library Institute in Independence.
Details about his visit are still being worked out, but stops are likely to be scheduled in St. Louis and southwest Missouri.
The House Democrats’ bill would allocate $1.5 million to the state Education Department for a center for school safety and school violence prevention.
Chelsea Clinton, 27, answered questions about Hillary Clinton’s stance on a variety of issues with just more than a week before Missouri’s Feb. 5 primaries.
U.S. Rep. Kenny Hulshof is expected to announce his gubenatorial candidacy Tuesday. The Columbia resident would be the third Republican candidate.
The state’s Roman Catholic bishops are telling lawmakers and statewide elected officials to stop trying to “vie to see who can be tougher on illegal immigrants.”
Republican Sen. Kevin Engler of Farmington says it costs about a half-million dollars and the information is already available online.
Missouri’s governor and attorney general both support a pending proposal in Congress that would provide up to $600 to working Missourians.