Residents Shocked by New Property Tax BillsIs St. Louis hiking property taxes to fill a budget hole? Some taxpayers are wondering if that's the case.
Missouri Lawmakers Back Disabled Aid, Nullify St. Louis WageDemocrats have defended the wage increase, saying it should be up to the city to decide and arguing that the state's minimum wage is too low to make a living.
Missouri Legislature Passes Bill for Adult High SchoolsThe Missouri Legislature has passed a bill to create adult high schools for people older than 21 who haven't earned a high school diploma.
Trump Celebrates Health Vote Win With Jubilant RepublicansThe President delayed his first trip home to New York as president to celebrate the passage of his long-sought goal and top campaign promise.
Missouri House Passes Bill to Protect Airbnb, Other RentalsThe bill would leave it up to local governments to set requirements for the minimum age for guests, registration and safety.
Abortion Restrictions Pass Missouri HouseThe proposal prohibits anyone from donating fetal tissue from an abortion to scientific research.
Greitens Ceremonially Signs Bill in Taco Bell Parking LotThe long-fought turf war between taxicabs and ride sharing apps Uber and Lyft all comes down to a pen stroke today from Missouri Governor Greitens.
Uber, Lyft Regulations Pass Missouri SenateThe proposal would require the companies to pay a $5,000 licensing fee, conduct driver background checks and vehicle inspections, along with other requirements.
Missouri House Passes Bill to Allow Industrial Hemp FarmingMissouri would legalize and regulate growing industrial hemp under a proposal that's passed the state House.
Missouri House Passes Bill Giving Immunity for Overdose HelpAt least 1,066 people, or 17.9 per 1,000 people, died of drug overdoses in Missouri in 2015, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
Sen. Onder Proposes Zoo Name Change After Abortion Bill DebateA Missouri lawmaker is proposing that the St. Louis Zoo change its name to the Midwest Abortion Sanctuary City Zoological Park in order to get money from local zoo taxes.
Missouri House Passes Prescription Drug Tracking ProgramLawmakers voted 102-54 Monday to create a database to track prescription drugs. The bill now heads to the Senate.