Attorneys for a St. Louis man whose 1983 rape and murder convictions were recently thrown out by a Missouri judge say they expect his release from prison on Wednesday.
The Missouri Supreme Court has upheld a state law aimed at allowing veteran St. Louis firefighters to live outside the city limits.
Republican Congressman Todd Akin is defending his statement comparing his opponent, Democratic Senator Claire McCaskill, to a dog.
St. Louis schools are no longer unaccredited, following a unanimous vote today by the State Board of Education.
Strong storms are blamed for power outages, hail and lightning damage in Missouri.
Columbia officials are working on changes to local rules governing tents after a collapse in St. Louis last month killed one person and hurt 100 more.
Sen. Claire McCaskill has extra security in place following a comment at a Tea Party rally last week.
Ameren shareholders have voted against three proposals that sought to push the company to do more to address environmental risks from its coal-fired power plants.
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St. Louis police and federal officials are looking for a man who threw an explosive device at a federal building in downtown St. Louis.