Keep up with the latest issues and updates in Jefferson City from our statehouse reporting team.
KANSAS CITY — Andy Reid rarely digs into his own past, preferring to stay in the moment or focus squarely on the future. It’s an approach that has served him well during a coaching career that might someday land him in the Pro Football Hall of Fame.
Debt was wiped for 11,108 families in St. Louis city and county.
Late date for Thanksgiving impacted results for some of the specific deer hunting seasons.
To start, the multi-state project will look at inmates, officers and conditions with an eye toward innovation.
Republican Gov. Mike Parson says he'll fight efforts to expand the number of people eligible for government health care.
A new survey of bankers suggests the economy is growing in rural parts of 10 Plains and Western states.
Two Democratic state senators from Kansas City are leaving to take executive branch jobs.
A man has been sentenced to more than four years in prison for robbing a St. Louis County bank.
A St. Louis man who carjacked a car with a toddler inside has been sentenced to 11 years and two months in prison.
Higher education core funding would remain steady, but MU's new medical research complex wouldn't get all the funding hoped for.
MU will end a nearly nine-year partnership with the Confucius Institute in August, six months before its scheduled end date.
The workers will start at $21 to $24 per hour and will get improved health care benefits at a low cost.
Ethical Society of Police President questioned the “long history of racial discrimination” could be ignored.
Dean McBaine, 31, of Jefferson City, was sentenced Wednesday for possession of an unregistered destructive device.
Mitchell's death is the first to occur after a series of changes and the appointment of a new jail director.
Maite Salazar apologized after incorrectly accusing the incumbent of having a picture of Bill Cosby under his desk.
Black female prosecutors from across the U.S. are saying they’ve faced resistance in their own communities.
Republican lawmakers have rolled out a plan that would ask Missouri voters to undo parts of a legislative redistricting model.
A corrections officer has been charged with sneaking synthetic marijuana and tobacco into a Missouri prison.
The Missouri Supreme Court has upheld a decision striking down a central portion of a 2016 voter photo identification law.
SACRAMENTO, Calif. — Two Missouri judges whose 25-year-old son is missing in California are offering a $10,000 reward for information that helps find him.