Missouri lawmakers are considering changes to state licensing fees for dog breeders and animal shelters.
The Missouri Department of Transportation wants public input on a $1.3 billion plan for improving and expanding rail service across the state.
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Missouri added about 4,800 jobs in March as its unemployment rate remained steady.
A Columbia man convicted nearly seven years ago for killing a newspaper sports editor in 2001 returns to court Monday in his latest bid for a new trial.
Legislation allowing Missourians to place their cellphone numbers on the state's telemarketing No Call List is moving forward.
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.
Ryan Ferguson will be in Jefferson City next week for a hearing concerning his 2005 murder conviction.
State House members have approved a proposed amendment to the Missouri Constitution guaranteeing the right to own and manufacture ammunition.
Budget writers in the Missouri Senate have crafted a proposal designed to preserve funding for blind pensions.
A State House committee began a hearing Tuesday into a stripped-down version of the workplace discrimination bill.