Republican U.S. Senate candidate Sarah Steelman has recruited the speaker of the Missouri House to serve as her campaign chairman.
A hospital in Branson treated 32 people in the hours after a tornado hit the tourist destination.
A report by the Missouri auditor says a state-created workers' compensation company has enjoyed a competitive advantage while functioning in a best-of-both-worlds situation.
Congressman Emanuel Cleaver will be among the participants at a Missouri River meeting next month.
The already booming University City Loop is about to get a big infusion of money — an $80 million project by nearby Washington University.
One of the key players in the effort to bring a China Hub to Lambert Airport now says that St. Louis has probably missed the opportunity.
Some low-income seniors and people with disabilities in Missouri could have to pay more out of pocket to qualify for Medicaid coverage under changes being initiated in the state program.
A bipartisan redistricting commission reached an agreement over Missouri's 34 state Senate districts.
Missouri voters could decide whether to change the way in which replacements are selected for vacancies in statewide offices.
Anyone hoping to get a Missouri driver's license would have to understand English under legislation passed by the state House.