Missouri added about 4,800 jobs in March as its unemployment rate remained steady.
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This week on Talking Politics, we look into the indictment of former Missouri Gov. Roger Wilson--a man many long-time statehouse figures held in high esteem.
Republican leaders in the Missouri House say they’ve been negotiating with Democratic Governor Jay Nixon over the two bills he vetoed in March.
Boone County officials have yet to decide whether to remove the name of former Missouri Gov. Roger Wilson from the county government center.
Less than one-half of 1 percent of Missouri's registered voters participated in the Republican caucuses that served as the first step in the presidential selection process.
Storms caused multiple outbreaks of severe weather most of Sunday from Kansas to Minnesota.
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.
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.
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.
Thousands of fish from several different species were found dead in Flat Branch Creek on Monday.
A State House committee began a hearing Tuesday into a stripped-down version of the workplace discrimination bill.
University of Missouri professors from four different academic fields hosted a public discussion Monday about the February shooting of Florida teenager Trayvon Martin.
Missouri U.S. Senator Claire McCaskill began the week traveling the state, touting remedies for high gasoline prices and changes to the tax code.
The University of Missouri has a new dean of its law school after a search that began last summer.
A decrease in the percent of Missourians who are unemployed has led to the cancellation of the extended benefits unemployment program.
Columbia public schools are $7.5 million dollars richer after voters approved a 40-cent tax levy in Tuesday’s election.
Joplin residents are getting an extra layer of security in storms thanks to their approval last week of a $62 million school bond issue.
April means spring cleaning for many Columbia residents. To the city of Columbia, that means lots of hazardous waste.
Missouri voters could get a say on several big issues this fall, including measures to replace the state income tax, hike the tobacco tax, raise the minimum wage and restrict payday loans.
Porta-King Building Systems, a manufacturing company, announced an expansion in Montgomery City.