Spending increases couldn't exceed the rise of inflation under a measure that now moves to the state Senate.
St. Louis attorney Don Downing, an MU alumnus, has been nominated by Gov. Jay Nixon to fill one of three vacant seats on the UM System Board of Curators.
The city of Springfield wants to pump carbon dioxide into the earth in a process known as carbon sequestration. The bill introduced by Sen. Kurt Schaefer would limit personal injury liability for utility companies.
The committee is expected to remain in a hearing late Wednesday night to complete the 2010 fiscal year budget. The committe is reviewing and voting on more than 120 amendments to the proposals.
Bills in the House and Senate would eliminate the gap between private-school and public-school scholarship amounts.
An amendment to a transportation bill would require police to positively identify the driver of a vehicle caught on camera running a red light.
A man accused of shooting an Illinois pastor to death mid-sermon also left an index card in his bedroom marked "Last Day Will" and had singled out the day of the shooting as "death day" in his day planner. The arsenal included two shotguns, a rifle and 550 bullets.
Four men were indicted Tuesday in connection with an attempted child sex ring.
Larry C. McFarland is accused of shooting 29 cattle, killing all but three of them on Jan. 12 in Macon County. He is already being held for other charges.
Legislation adopted in 2007 in response to a fire in a southwest Missouri group home that killed 11 people still hasn't been implemented. Changes to the law are still being debated.
Anthony Lee Cal Jr. was arrested Tuesday on charge of two counts each of robbery and kidnapping. Cal and another man took a couple's pit bull puppy along with a wallet from one of the victims. The puppy is still missing.
St. Louis' Metro is cutting 51 jobs. By the end of spring, 553 jobs will have been eliminated.
Randall D. Russell, a pastor from Neosho, pleaded guilty on the charges of first-degree child molestation and sexual exploitation of a minor. The sentencing is scheduled for April 21 and prosecutors say Russell will receive 15 years.
Former Gov. Matt Blunt's office legal counsel Scott Eckersley sued Blunt for defamation and wrongful termination in September 2007. Attorneys for Blunt are asking an appeals court to dismiss the lawsuit and are citing executive privilege.
Though large casinos at gambling hot-spots across the country are losing money, Missouri casinos have posted more patrons and higher revenues in February than during the same month last year, according to the Missouri Gaming Commission.
Federal charges have been filed against an active duty naval recruiter and three others for attempted commercial sex trafficking of a child.
The Senate approved an amendment Tuesday requiring police to positively identify the driver of a vehicle caught on camera running a red light before a ticket could be issued.
Springfield police have not made any arrests in connection with the suspected embezzlement from St. John's College of Nursing and Health Services but Republic police say they are investigating the same suspect for thefts from another organization.
The 71-year-old eastern Missouri woman died Jan. 21 from septic shock. Iron Mountian Lake police are investigating the notion that unsanitary living conditions led to her death.
Former Gov. Matt Blunt is claiming executive privilege in his fight against a former staff lawyer who said he was wrongfully terminated.