Gov. Nixon Urges Voters to Cap Campaign ContributionsThe last time the issue was on the ballot, 70 percent of Missourians supported limiting campaign contributions.
Madigan Wants to Remove Statute of Limitations for Child Sex CrimesAbout 30 states have no statues of limitations on child sexual abuse cases.
Koster Says Experience is Important in Governor RaceKoster was a guest on the Mark Reardon show on KMOX.
Missouri Governor to Comment on St. Louis Election FraudMissouri Gov. Jay Nixon is in town this morning to make a special announcement regarding the city Board of Election Commissioners.
Judge Fines Highway Patrol Over Records in Drowning CaseState Highway Patrol $5,000 after finding that it violated open records law.
Local Cemetery that was Subject of Lawsuit SoldOak Grove Cemetery is being sold after Missouri Attorney General Chris Koster filed a lawsuit against it in 2015.
Missouri State Public Defender Essentially Drafts Gov. NixonThe director of Public Defender System's Public Defender System, wrote in a letter this week that repeated budget cuts have left his office unable to hire enough public defenders.
Hawley, Hensley Win Missouri Attorney General PrimariesThe current attorney general, Democrat Chris Koster, is running to replace Democratic Gov. Jay Nixon.
Missouri Primary on Tuesday Brings End to Attack AdsA UMSL Political Science Professor says those attack ads make it impossible to call at this point.
Illinois Considers Legalizing Daily Fantasy Sports BettingIllinois is among several states with pending legislation on the issue this year.
Columbia Lawmaker Wants Panel to Examine Univ. of Missouri SystemSchaefer is running for Attorney General and is the lead senator working on the state budget.
Attorney General Candidates Trade Barbs at GOP ConferenceBoth are Columbia Republicans and said they would defend against federal overreach. The contrast is over their resumes.