Governor Matt Blunt and Attorney General Jay Nixon snipe and snarl as gubernatorial race approaches.
Some Missouri bridges found in decent shape and others given repairs in wake of inspections following the Minnesota bridge collapse.
A new site provides the public with a record of businesses with revoked sales tax licenses. The site is updated weekly.
Roderick Nunn was named as the director of education and work force innovation on Thursday.
Wayne H. Pettyjohn and his son, Francis Dwayne Pettyjohn, of Howell County, operated the largest illegal still discovered in Missouri in 30 years.
The U.S. Attorney General says the company admitted blame for a 2003 chemical accident in Martinsburg.
A study group is trying to create a funding strategy for all of Missouri’s public four-year universities.
Opening arguments are scheduled to begin Thursday in a Kansas City federal courtroom in the trial of Lisa Montgomery, who is accused of kidnapping and strangling pregnant Bobbie Jo Stinnett and removing her eight-month-old baby with a kitchen knife.
Judge Patricia Breckenridge, the newest judge on the Missouri Supreme Court, questioned attorney’s claims in rape case on her first day on the job.
Several northeast Missouri communities were assessing damage Wednesday, a day after strong storms and several tornadoes moved through the area.
The mall, as the city’s newest transportation development district, will collect the tax to help pay for future improvements to the Stadium Boulevard corridor.
The agreement was drafted to prevent universities from taking kickbacks from student lenders.
AmerenUE on Monday launched a new voluntary program called Pure Power that allows customers to pay an additional 1.5 cents per kilowatt hour to help support development of wind power and other forms of renewable energy.
The U.S. Senate has approved the creation of an investigative commission to examine wartime contracts in Afghanistan and Iraq following reports of fraud and mismanagement of contracts worth billions of tax dollars.
Millions of federal dollars have been directed into mitigation projects along the Missouri River. But few Missourians know about these changes or where to find them. The Big Muddy Wildlife Float led about 85 people down the river this weekend for a first-hand experience of the changing face of the Missouri River.
Twice in the last several months, Gov. Blunt's administration announced it had “terminated” Attorney General Jay Nixon from a high profile case, charging he had conflicts of interest. But Nixon's office says he cannot be removed from his legal responsibility to defend the state.
High levels of lead paint were found in several of the recalled toys.
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.