Workers in the U.S. legally find little protection despite their status.
The session will begin Sept. 9 and run concurrently with a veto session.
Police said that when officers learned the woman actually was a doll that the man had found in a trash bin, he was told "not to carry it around in public anymore."
Local agriculture groups and Missouri farmers have called the law unconstitutional, and sued Gov. Mike Parson, among others, over the matter this summer.
The new program will teach citizens about the Highway Patrol's role in law enforcement.
State officials say an improving economy is one of several factors that led to close to 90,000 children being dropped from Missouri's Medicaid health insurance program.
Missouri Attorney General Eric Schmitt on Tuesday withdrew a legal brief he had filed arguing that the First Amendment allows him to withhold some public records concerning private citizens that were requested by the plaintiff's attorney.
A Missouri man blamed for running the largest organic food fraud in U.S. history has died by suicide, days after he was sentenced to 10 years in federal prison.
ST. LOUIS — Dexter Fowler hit a bases-loaded double and drove in four runs, leading the St. Louis Cardinals past the Milwaukee Brewers 9-4 on Tuesday night in the second game of the series between NL Central contenders.
Authorities say an inmate who walked away from a work detail at the Missouri State Fair has been found unconscious.
Critics of Missouri's new voter identification law argued in court Monday that election officials hadn't done enough to help residents navigate the changes, countering the secretary of state's position that his 18-month informational campaign "far exceeded" the legal requirements.
Authorities are looking for an inmate who escaped from a crew that was helping to clean up after the Missouri State Fair came to an end for the year.
A northwest Missouri cattle feedlot that sought to greatly expand its operations is closing after more than a year of fighting opponents, including a nearby botanical garden.
A former professor at Miami University in Ohio has been sentenced to two years and nine months in prison for traveling to Missouri to have sex with a teen girl who was actually an undercover agent
Two men with handguns in their waistbands caused concern when they entered a Walmart in the Kansas City area, but police say they were there just to buy ammunition for target practice.
The law says women who receive abortions "shall not be prosecuted for a conspiracy to violate" the statute.
Officials say firefighters were able to get the home's occupants to safety, but were told by the occupants that 14 dogs and one cat were inside the home.
Fred Lenczycki, 75, pleaded guilty in May to two counts of sodomy for crimes that occurred from 1991 to 1994, when he served a parish in north St. Louis County.
In the ruling, U.S. District Court Judge Brian C. Wimes found that Campbell's exclusion from the "interactive space" of Reisch's tweets based on viewpoint is inconsistent with the First Amendment.
The new law is set to take effect Aug. 28. It bars abortions at or after eight weeks of pregnancy.
The standoff in southern Missouri lasted seven hours.
The injured firefighters from the Vienna Fire Protection District were taken to hospitals with moderate to severe burns and cuts from flying debris.
The deadline was changed from 11:59 p.m. Saturday to 4:30 p.m. Monday.
Gov. Mike Parson wants to address a car taxation issue affecting mostly rural Missourians.
"It was a little bit disappointing to start a negative campaign right off the bat," Parson, a Republican, told the Post-Dispatch at the State Fair, outside of the annual Governor's Ham Breakfast.
Challenges facing the Lottery include a reduction in its advertising budget and the spread of illegal video slot machines.