The law at issue caps the percentage of revenue cities can collect from traffic violations at 30 percent and requires cities to file reports with the state and turn over any amount over that.
Several key parts of Missouri's $26 billion spending plan for next fiscal year will be resolved by negotiators.
A U.S. Bureau of Reclamation report released Tuesday is another step in the long-delayed project to bring Missouri River water to residents of northwestern North Dakota.
The virus H5N2 has caused outbreaks at turkey farms throughout the Midwest, including two in Missouri. Here are answers to questions including how the birds get the flu and what happens after that.
Mary Ann Twitty told The Associated Press on Wednesday that emails linked to her "were jokes," and that "of course I'm not racist."
Delinquent taxpayers would need to pay between Sept. 1 and Nov. 30 to qualify. They also would need to comply with state tax laws for the next eight years.
The Missouri State Highway Patrol said the body of Ralph Prince of Bolivar was recovered from the lake Tuesday afternoon.
The Russells alleged they were wrongfully arrested in March 2013 after a family member suffered a self-inflicted gunshot wound.
The election means that half of the six-member city council in Ferguson, a town where two-thirds of the 21,000 residents are black, will now be African-American.
Three of the six council seats are up for grabs in the St. Louis County town where 18-year-old Michael Brown, who was black, was fatally shot by a white Ferguson police officer in August.
Unofficial final results show that repeal of the ordinance, which provided protection against discrimination in housing and hiring based on sexual orientation and gender identity, passed with 51.4 percent of the vote on Tuesday.
Frank Roland Jr. had been in hospice care when he died at age 81 on March 9. By then it was too late to remove his name from the voting ballot.
With about three-quarters of voting precincts reporting results, Chicago Mayor Rahm Emanuel had 56 percent of the vote, compared to Cook County Commissioner Jesus "Chuy" Garcia's 44 percent.
Senators voted 25-8 on Tuesday in favor of a higher education budget bill that restricts state money from going to scholarships for students living illegally in the U.S.
A man whose son was shot and killed by a police officer in Wisconsin told a Missouri House committee Tuesday that independent reviews would be welcomed by good officers and police departments.
Under the measure, counties that meet various requirements, such as health and zoning standards that do not discourage agricultural operations, would get priority in receiving state grants.
Kansas City Mayor James Sly said he is not sure what else the city can do to stop juveniles from participating in the trend known as "put 'em in a coffin."
The expected increased spending due to low gas prices has yet to be seen, but that may change with warmer weather.
It reverses a lower court judge's denial of Larry Flynt's request to join a suit filed by death row inmates that seeks to force Missouri to disclose more details of its execution methods.
Spring warming and changes in where the jet stream carves a path in the upper atmosphere were combining to increase the chances of severe weather across the Plains on Wednesday and Thursday, the Storm Prediction Center said.