State Auditor Tom Schweich now wants the top job in Missouri.
One day after Gov. Jay Nixon’s administration told legislators it could float bonds without their approval for a new St. Louis football stadium, a resolution was offered in the state Senate to shut the door on the idea.
A southwestern Illinois man’s federal trial on charges he inserted sewing needles into packaged supermarket meats is postponed indefinitely until his mental competency can be tested.
Missouri History Museum collects artifacts from Dellwood business destroyed in Ferguson unrest.
Downtown STL Inc.’s Missy Kelley says she supports the plan to bring in the Highway Patrol to help reduce crime downtown, but it’s getting mixed reaction from the Board of Aldermen.
A review of any death of someone at the hands of a police officer would come if a new bill filed in Illinois becomes law.
Protestors say one woman was shoved by the Business Manager of the St. Louis Police Officers Association.
Aesian Anunique Clay, 20, is charged with attempted assault and is jailed on $50,000 cash-only bond.
Missing is Nicole J. Crowder
That decision comes a day after the House Telecommunications Committee held a meeting at the Jefferson City Country Club, where lawmakers heard a presentation and ate a meal provided by the Missouri Telecommunications Industry Association.
Missouri Gov. Jay Nixon implored lawmakers to embrace policies that “foster healing and hope” Wednesday as he delivered his first State of the State address since the unrest that erupted over the fatal police shooting of a black 18-year-old in Ferguson.