Greitens Eases Proposed Cuts to Home Care, School BusingGreitiens said Thursday he wants to use a $52 million settlement payment with tobacco companies to undo $41 million of a proposed $52 million reduction in Medicaid funding for in-home care services next fiscal year.
Woman Stabbed at GM Plant in Wentzville; Suspect SoughtPolice in the eastern Missouri town of Wentzville are investigating after a woman working inside the General Motors assembly plant was stabbed five times.
Medical Marijuana Could be on the Mo. 2018 BallotMissouri would be the 29th state in the country to legalize medical marijuana if this effort is successful in 2018.
13 People Face Charges in Hannibal Drug ConspiracyThirteen people from Missouri and Illinois face federal charges for allegedly conspiring to distribute cocaine and other drugs in Hannibal and elsewhere in northeast Missouri.
New Business District to Help Improve Edwardsville Shopping CenterJeff Berkbigler, the city's corporation counsel, says the Montclaire Business District was created to help the owner re-do the parking lot, re-roof the building and more, all at the city's request.
Update: Cardinals Mystery Bus Trip Was to an Escape RoomAdam Wainwright was the first to spoil the surprise to media members back at camp.
Support and Opposition at VP Pence's SpeechSupporters and protesters alike gathered to hear Vice President Mike Pence speak in Fenton on Wednesday.
Michael Brown Trial Moved to 2018U.S. District Judge E. Richard Webber has scheduled the wrongful-death case filed by Michael Brown Sr. and Lezley McSpadden to go to trial in February 2018.
Behind the Scenes of the New Soldiers MemorialFor the first time since taking over Soldier's Memorial Military Museum, the Missouri Historical Society unveils plans for the exhibits in the renovated space.
New SLU Hospital Renderings ReleasedIf you've been wondering what the new SSM Health Saint Louis University Hospital will look like, wonder no more. The first renderings of the $550 million project have just been released.
Interactive Doll Could Leave Kids Open to HackersMy Friend Cayla, billed as the first internet-connected doll, has already been banned in Germany, where it's considered a security risk.
Missouri Legislators Debate: To Drink, Or Not To Drink At Airport Gates?"I think the last thing that crew members or any of us want are intoxicated, unruly passengers at 30,000 feet."