Mo. Democrat Sen. McCaskill Greeted By Support at Town HallAbout 150 people, the vast majority of them McCaskill supporters, turned out at a community college in the eastern Missouri town of Hillsboro, greeting her with a standing ovation and often interrupting with applause.
Court Overturns Approval for Northeast Missouri Power LineThe appeals court says state law requires county authorization before state regulatory approval.
Bill Overturning St. Louis Abortion Ordinance AdvancesOpponents argue the bill is an example of state overreach.
Wind Energy Firm Trying Again for OK of Cross-Country LineMissouri Public Service Commission rejected Clean Line Energy's request in July 2015 while questioning its local benefit.
UK Grants 1st License to Make Babies Using DNA From 3 PeopleIn effort to prevent women from passing on potentially fatal genetic diseases to their children — the first time such approval has been granted.
Missouri Bill on Deported Immigrants Gets Initial ApprovalIf it passes the Legislature and becomes law, deported immigrants who come back and commit assaults and dangerous felony offenses would face three to 10 years in prison.
Missouri Lawmakers Consider Policing ProposalsThe approval came just hours after a committee discussed a proposal that would require courts to appoint special prosecutors in officer-involved shooting or death cases.
Polls: Lyda Krewson Holds Lead in St. Louis Mayoral RaceThe Missouri Times poll also found crime is at the top of city voter's minds as they select Mayor Slay's replacement.
Dogtown Apartment Complex Approved Despite Community's ReactionBut concerns about limited parking, sewage run-off expressed during public meeting.
Missouri House Approves Regulations for Uber, LyftThe bill would outline statewide regulations, such as a $5,000 fee, background checks and vehicle inspections.
UPDATE: Missouri House Gives Initial Approval to Right-to-WorkThe House voted 101-58 Wednesday to give initial approval to the bill, which would ban mandatory union fees. The bill needs another House vote before it can move to the Senate.
In Unanimous Vote, Clayton Board Approves Incentives For Centene ExpansionPlan calls for the city to provide $75.6 million in tax abatements over 20 years.