The Missouri Supreme Court has been asked to appoint a new judge to hear a lawsuit challenging a state Medicaid contract.
The State Department of Health and Senior Services has now confirmed seven cases of E. coli infection.
Legislation allowing Missourians to place their cell phone numbers on the state's telemarketing No Call List is moving forward.
Missouri Gov. Jay Nixon has appointed a St. Louis trial judge to serve on the state Court of Appeals.
A Missouri Senate committee has approved a budget plan that cuts funding for social services but not education.
There's a Missouri bill moving through the statehouse that essentially would lock in the legality of current animal production methods in the state.
The Missouri House has passed its version of a workers’ compensation bill that also proposes to fix the state’s ailing Second Injury Fund. The vote again fell mostly along party lines.
Missouri House members have rewritten the ballot language for a proposed constitutional amendment clearing the way for someday requiring voters to show photo identification.
Conservation officials are still trying to determine what killed an estimated 14,000 fish in a central Missouri creek.
Ryan Ferguson will be in Jefferson City next week for a hearing concerning his 2005 murder conviction.