The lawsuit claims the governor or his top deputies tried to destroy the state’s backup e-mail files to avoid complying with Sunshine Law requests.
Congressman Kenny Hulshof won the endorsement Saturday of Sen. Kit Bond in Missouri’s Republican gubernatorial primary — a prize he hopes could churn up more money and votes.
A crew of seven people was safe after a towboat sank on the Missouri River on Friday, but the vessel leaked diesel into the river near West Alton in St. Charles County.
It would cost the United States $14 billion to create a national network of drug courts to steer criminals into addiction treatment rather than prison. But the investment could ultimately save the public $46 billion over the long run, according to a study released in St. Louis on Friday.
Black drivers are more likely to be stopped in Missouri than white and Hispanic motorists, and minorities are twice as likely to be searched and arrested than whites, according to a report released on Friday by the attorney general.
Cole County Judge Richard Callahan ruled that the increase from $1.25 violated the state Sunshine Law.
A circuit court judge challenged an increase of fees for Missouri’s vehicle and driver’s license records and said the fees appear to fall under public records law.
Critics of the chips argue there are tangible medical, privacy and religious worries driving attempts to pass laws banning forced implants around the country.
AmerenUE, Atmos Energy and Missouri Gas Energy were approved Thursday to charge consumers $100 to $200 extra.
The winning ticket, bought at an O'Fallon Quick Mark, had a $2.2 million prize.
A month after arriving at the sanctuary for treatment of toxin poisoning, the bald eagle was released. The sanctuary has worked to promote bald eagle conservation in Missouri.
A judge is considering whether the Department of Revenue violated laws by raising fees on driver's license records.
Sen. Claire McCaskill made an appearance on comedian Stephen Colbert’s show Wednesday night. She was asked why, as a woman, she didn’t support Hillary Clinton over Barack Obama.
A St. Louis-based hospital is going to cut out water bottles in an effort to reduce the environmental impact of producing bottles.
Attorney General Jay Nixon’s office has agreed to pay $26,000 to a quadriplegic woman who claimed employment discrimination. The settlement includes no admission of wrongdoing.
Another unmarried couple is being told by a suburban St. Louis town they’re not welcome.
An accident on a busy St. Louis-area interstate left a sticky mess.
Angela D. Wilburn, 44, whose husband is a founder of the Ozarks Minutemen, faces a possible six months in prison and $500 fine.
A Springfield utility plans to inject carbon dioxide into the ground to test whether air pollution from power plants can be stored safely.
Two 12-year-old Jefferson County boys are recovering after being attacked by a dog that got out of a fenced yard.