Students for Planned Parenthood Frustrated by Mizzou LeaderMizzou for Planned Parenthood organizer Dina van der Zalm says a Wednesday meeting with interim Chancellor Hank Foley to talk about how the school could help the clinic was canceled.
Koster Finds No Evidence of Wrongdoing in Planned Parenthood InvestigationThe attorney general said Planned Parenthood's handling of fetal tissue is in accordance with Missouri law.
University of Missouri Cancels Planned Parenthood ContractsThe University of Missouri and Planned Parenthood have ended their 26-year relationship after state lawmakers started investigating abortions performed at the organization's clinics.
Missouri Asks Judge to Toss Satanic Group's Abortion SuitThe religious group disagrees with the state providing information and a 72-hour wait period between the first appointment the procedure.
Pope Francis Allows Priests to Forgive AbortionsThe St. Louis Archdiocese says the Pope’s new move to allow all priests the right to grant forgiveness to women who have had an abortion, is not new.
Missouri Abortion Licensing Law Splits GOP, Health OfficialsA state legislature says a Department of Health Director is "playing games with the statue."
Missouri Lawmaker Pushes Health Director on Abortion CenterA Missouri Republican lawmaker who is running for attorney general in 2016 is threatening to hold the state's health department director in contempt if she doesn't reveal which hospital grants admitting privileges to a Columbia Planned Parenthood.
Columbia Clinic to Resume Providing Abortions in AugustMissouri's only other abortion clinic is in St. Louis.
Video Allegedly Shows Planned Parenthood Doctors Discussing Selling Aborted Fetus OrgansA video posted on YouTube allegedly shows a Planned Parenthood employee giving prices for a fetus' organs.
Satanic Worshipers Sue over Missouri's Abortion LawA group of Satanic worshippers are suing Missouri's governor and attorney general, alleging the state's abortion restrictions are illegal.
Abortion and Teen Pregnancy Numbers Drop in IllinoisIn Illinois, more than 40,000 pregnancies were ended surgically in 2013, down about 2.5 percent compared to 2010.
A Look at Key Bills from Missouri's 2015 Legislative SessionHere's a look at where some of the major issues stand before Friday's deadline to pass bills.