O'Fallon City Council passes a law that bans texting-while-driving for everyone.
When does legitimate protest cross over to hate speech? What's a journalist's role in labeling these acts?
A chilling breeze brings cold breaths and warm memories of a winter long past.
A special legislative session should be called for to prioritize children and education, not just to give corporations tax breaks and cut pensions.
I would express that it seems erroneous to say there was a consensus and further to call into question the thinking that supports an idea that REDI is in a position to weigh in on these kinds of issues that are going to the vote.
Members of the Friends of Responsible Agriculture express gratitude for Missourian coverage on concentrated animal feeding operations.
If it had not been for protesters blocking traffic, showing up to malls, boycotting Black Friday and disrupting life as usual, we would not be seeing President Obama talking about legislation to de-militarize the police.
Although MU has pledged itself to "prompt investigations" and "timely action" regarding sexual harassment and assault, the university continues its search for a permanent Title IX coordinator.
If after all, your position contrary to public demands is simply the case of an unreasonable hubris (i.e. “I know better”), then you may go the way of others.
A new proposal on commercial drones is expected to require operators to have a pilot's license for a manned aircraft. Operators also would be required to keep the drones in sight at all times.
By extending certain rights to people who immigrated to the U.S. illegally, President Obama is getting closer to letting them obtain insurance through the Affordable Care Act.
Much has been said about racism, poverty, police aggression, the breakdown of law and order, but there's more at work here.
Franklin County could become the next Missouri county to adopt a pretrial prisoner release plan, which would ease crowding conditions at the county jail in Union.
Using 1 percent of previous state revenue as a cap, the legislature can collect an additional $84 million or so in fuel taxes next year, writes Joseph Miller, a policy researcher at the Show-Me Institute.
While the logic of not wasting food might escape many 5-year-olds, the worry about wasted food is a real one. Food currently comprises 20 percent of what we put into landfills.
The case against the pay increases rests on two arguments — one based on comparative fairness, the other on the principle of public service.
Missouri is doing OK in regard to the government data it provides citizens. The Missouri Accountability Portal, began in 2009, helps keep citizens informed about how money is being spent.
More than a century after Emancipation, progress has occurred grudgingly, mostly because of courts, federal intervention and activists who wouldn't go away. What didn't happen was economic equality.
America needs better from its leaders as the Obama administration looks for its fourth Defense secretary in six years. There is too much danger in the world.