New Missouri Law to Let Some Medicaid Recipients Save MoreMissouri seniors, the blind and those with disabilities soon will be able to save more money but still qualify for Medicaid health care benefits under a new law signed Thursday by Gov. Jay Nixon.
Missouri Senate OKs Bill to Up Asset Cap for MedicaidSenators passed the legislation 29-1 Tuesday, but it heads back to the House because of Senate changes.
Worker at Lambert Charged with Stealing from Blind WomanAllegedly took $800 from bag while she was in restroom.
Missouri Could Pay Blind Residents $19M after Court RulingAn attorney representing the blind residents says the new figure is up from a previous court's determination of less than $200,000.
Nixon Reverses Planned Cuts to Blind MissouriansMissouri Gov. Jay Nixon has reversed plans to cut the amount of money paid by the state to blind residents.
Her Ex Took Her Sight, But Not Her Passion for LifeFor one St. Louis woman, a spouse's first and last act of violence changed her outlook on life forever.
ACKERMAN: Blind, Driven, InspiringChris Judd and Bryce Weiler don't know each other, but they share an incredible love for sports just the same.
Charlie Brennan: Police Changes, Blind Coverage, Same-sex Marriage & AustismSt. Louis Police Chief Dan Isom is proposing to reduce the city’s nine police districts and downsize his command staff.
Charlie Brennan: Cutting the Blind, Marijuana, Sue Shear, Mike Shannon & John SmoltzFuture Hall of Fame pitcher John Smoltz joined Charlie to discuss his new book "Starting and Closing" plus his illustrious 21-year career.
Hailstorm's Lasting Impact Keeps Repair Shops BusyLocal expert estimates up to 50,000 cars suffered hail damage.
Mo. Senate Panel Backs Changes to Blind BenefitsBlind Missouri residents could have to start paying premiums
Repealing Mo. Newspaper Tax Exemptions "Not Retaliation"Bill's sponsor says he's just following their advice