Callers posing as court employees are threatening arrest for failure to show up for jury duty.
Unless Congress stops the payment cuts from going through by January, many doctors say they will limit the number of Medicare patients they accept.
A bull is on the loose in downtown St. Louis after the truck carrying it overturned on a bridge ramp.
Seventeen bulls died after a truck overturned on a bridge ramp. The incident occurred exactly a year after a horse trailer crashed on Interstate 44.
Missouri's fourth and eighth grade students now score at the national average in math and continue to score at the national average in reading.
In its first year, a new socially responsible fund outperformed its less discerning competitors, according to the state treasurer.
Federal prosecutors accuse Robert Dupont of operating residential care facilities despite a previous fraud conviction. Dupont owned the Anderson Guest House, which burned down in November.
A federal judge issued a preliminary injunction Monday barring the state from enforcing new regulations on abortion clinics until it can negotiate a compromise with abortion providers.
A judge ruling on the school funding case between the state and some school districts agrees with the state it exceeds funding requirements, but has yet to issue his formal ruling.
The new program has three phases, the first of which would begin in February and aims to extend health care to working families who fall below the poverty line.
Effective Sept. 6, Mexican and Canadian truckers were given expanded rights to travel through the U.S. as part of the North American Free Trade Agreement. The new North American trucking system making that possible is generating arguments about safety from the union for American truck drivers.
The death of a 51-year-old St. Louis woman was the first confirmed West Nile virus-related death of the year.
The survey found that more female drivers buckled up than male drivers.
Legislators are cracking down and putting restrictions on payday loan companies, in an attempt to protect Missouri consumers.
A lawsuit claims the Missouri Ethics Commission violated the state’s open meetings law when it reached a decision that would require candidates to return campaign donations.
Gov. Matt Blunt reaffirmed his support for Chief of Staff Ed Martin at a press conference Wednesday after some Hispanic groups accused Martin of making offensive comments.
Rep. Ron Richard, a Joplin Republican, is set to become the Missouri House’s most powerful legislator.
The secret meeting has led to some objections that the Commission may have violated Missouri's Sunshine Law.
After a slab of rock crushed part of Rock Bridge Memorial State Park’s boardwalk last summer, the park’s most popular trail is taking a new shape.
JEFFERSON CITY — House Republicans plan to meet Wednesday to elect who they hope will be voted in as the speaker of the House for the 2009 legislative session.