Keep up with the latest issues and updates in Jefferson City from our statehouse reporting team.
Missouri officials are spending $3.6 million to purchase a new helicopter to help fight fires and monitor flooding.
According to Sen. Ed Emery, R-Lamar, the bill would "protect the correspondence" between legislators and constituents.
Suicide prevention and Bible classes in public schools were the center of Tuesday's K-12 education hearing.
If Greitens does enter the governor's race, it will be a test of how quickly a politician can overcome scandal.
The sponsor said his proposal would ensure workers understand their rights. Opponents called the bill unnecessary.
Basye's bill proposes stricter standards for local landlords.
The suspect shot the police officer in a Walmart in a St. Louis suburb before fleeing.
The Planned Parenthood remains open pending the ruling after the deadline was extended to March 16.
Rep. Adam Schelting said his "get government out of marriage" proposal treats everyone equally.
One student told the House committee that he just wanted to be able to play baseball with his friends again.
The program has passed the House several times, only to die in the Senate, leaving Missouri the only state without one.
The bill's sponsor said Gov. Mike Parson asked him to work on the bill.
The trooper who was driving a boat when an Iowa man fell out and drowned has dismissed three lawsuits he filed.
Greg Berry was arrested during the weekend on a misdemeanor domestic assault charge.
A Campbell-based farm argued that BASF and Monsanto knowingly released their orchad-damaging products to boost sales.
Raleigh Ritter, business owner and cattle rancher, will challenge Gov. Mike Parson for the Republican nomination.
A Missouri state representative is trying to abolish abortion in the state through the use of several proposed bills.
The mother of a Missouri inmate who died after being attacked in view of surveillance cameras settled for $5 million.
Volunteer coaches give weekly swimming lessons to children who had never been in a pool before coming to the U.S.
A St. Louis judge has dismissed a double murder case because the suspect has been jailed since August without an indictment or preliminary hearing.
Two people are dead and three others injured after a collision on Interstate 64 near Lake St. Louis in St. Charles County.