Employees of a southeast Missouri youth psychiatric center say a new state plan to keep the center open might be better than shutting it down, but they're afraid the change will leave children without appropriate treatment.
Nixon was part of a delegation of four U.S. governors who traveled to Afghanistan over the weekend to receive counterterrorism briefings and greet troops.
Although there were two separate Michael Brown protests happening around the time the officer was shot Saturday night, the St. Louis police chief said he didn't think they were related to the attack.
Ferguson Police Chief Thomas Jackson apologized to the Brown family in video, but Michael Brown's mother said she wants actions, not words.
New St. Louis facility looks to revitalize jazz music in the city that's produced many famous jazz musician.
After years of disuse, the Roaring River lodge built in the 1930s will be undergoing a $1 million renovation.
The Republican attorney from Rolla served six years in the Missouri House of Representatives and ran against Jay Nixon for attorney general in 1992.
Missouri recorded nearly 3,500 deer-vehicle accidents last year. No one was killed in any of them, but 303 people were hurt.
Protect Our Defenders said Thursday it was reacting to testimony during a court martial of a former drill sergeant.
The police chief assured protesters Thursday that there would be changes in the wake of Michael Brown's death.
When the new workers start their shift in November, the Claycomo facility will be capable of making 500,000 vehicles per year — more than any other Ford plant in the world.
The lawsuit, filed by 10 same-sex couples who are legally married in other states, is based on the same argument that led the Supreme Court last year to overturn part of the federal Defense of Marriage Act.
The report, from the East-West Gateway Council of Governments, said a black infant was 3.6 times more likely than a white one to die in the first year of life.
A public relations agency released the video on the same day Michael Brown's parents were in Washington with civil rights leaders.
The Sturgeon Court of Common Pleas dates to 1882, but hasn't seen a court case since 1921. The city has hired a contractor to demolish the historic building, with work slated to begin any day.
Protesters can continue to voice their opinions, but it needs to be done in a safe manner, said Capt. Ron Johnson of the Missouri State Highway Patrol. He urged leaders of peaceful protests to step forward and speak out against violence.
Opponents are challenging a gun-rights amendment approved by Missouri voters in August contending that the ballot language "misled and deceived voters."
After an investigation revealed 15 railroad workers were killed on or near the tracks in 2013, the National Transportation Safety Board is recommending including Occupational Safety and Health Administration standards during job briefings for roadway workers.
Judene Blackburn joins the five-member panel of all new commissioners appointed by Gov. Jay Nixon. Nixon revamped the commission and asked it to look at its contracts and how much money is spends on prizes and advertising.
The charges against Angel M. Sanchez were filed in May, days before the release of a Pentagon study on sexual assault in the military.