A St. Louis attorney pleaded guilty to misusing money from an insurance company to funnel contributions to the Missouri Democratic Party.
A bill proposing to aid Missouri colleges and universities may not as helpful as originally thought.
Legislation allowing Missourians to place their cellphone numbers on the state's telemarketing No Call List is moving forward.
The Columbia Citizens Police Review Board has unanimously voted to back a city policy requiring police officers to wear their uniforms while performing off-duty security work.
More than a year has passed since South Sudan voted to secede from Sudan and become an independent country. But after months of escalating tension, the two Sudans are once again on the brink of an all-out war.
Former Missouri Governor Roger Wilson has pleaded guilty to a federal charge related to an illegal political donation made after he left office.
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.
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.