Missouri Governor Says He Doesn't Want to be UM PresidentMissouri Gov. Jay Nixon says he doesn't want to be president of the University of Missouri System.
Nixon Vetoes Missouri Tax Break, Litigation BillsMissouri Gov. Jay Nixon went on a vetoing spree Tuesday, knocking down legislation that he described as giving ``special interest tax breaks'' and ones that would change the state's litigation policies.
GOP, Democrats Say Progress Made in Illinois Budget TalksThe money for higher education appears to be one area of agreement in the rival proposals introduced Tuesday.
Nixon: Doesn't Make Sense Throw Out Recent, Carefully Crafted Gun RegulationsMissouri Gov. Jay Nixon is confident his veto of gun legislation will survive the challenge of September's veto session.
Harsh Words from County Exec for Landlord of Space Housing Election BoardStenger says the lease will save the county $10 million over the 20 years -- and accuses Cozad of bilking the county over the past 23.
Container Home in St. Charles Gets Preliminary ApprovalZak Smithey told the commission that St. Charles, a St. Louis suburb, is a city full of unique homes, and his will be no different.
Creve Coeur Approves Ban on Outdoor Smoking, E-CigsThe ordinance bans smoking in outdoor dining areas, outdoor seating and service areas open to the public.
Missouri's 'Dump Trump' Leader Says Effort Is About Saving GOPCarl Bearden says rank-and-file need to take party back from elites.
Missouri Senator Receives Death Threats on TwitterThe Tweeter was tracked to within two blocks of the US capital, just hours after the tweets.
Short-Term Budget Fix for Illinois Close, But Not SchoolsIllinois Gov. Bruce Rauner said Monday he's close to a compromise with Democratic lawmakers on a partial-year budget plan with just three days left in the fiscal year, but said that's not the case on legislation he favors to open public schools on time.
U.S. Supreme Court Ruling Throws Missouri Laws Into QuestionA U.S. Supreme Court ruling Monday that struck down some Texas abortion regulations also could mean similar Missouri laws are upended.
Nixon Vows to Veto Sweeping Missouri Gun Rights BillNixon had received more than 4,000 emails, faxes, letters, mail-ins and electronic petitions concerning the bill.