New Bill Attacks Corrupt Government LeadersSt. Louis County prosecutor Bob McCulloch says it's time to get tougher on government officials who abuse the public's trust.
Missouri Bill Sets Guidelines for Police Body Camera VideoThe legislation directs courts to weigh the possible public benefit of releasing the footage.
Missouri Senate OKs Prison Options For Kids Guilty of MurderUnder the bill, a 16- or 17-year-old could be sentenced to a minimum of 50 years without parole, and anyone younger could face a minimum of 35 years.
Missouri College Students Could Soon Bring Their Guns to SchoolThe bill wouldn't force schools to allow guns, as long as they are protecting their students by other means.
Sen. Dixon Ends Campaign for Mo. GovernorDixon will not be endorsing a candidate.
Republican Sen. Dixon Enters Race for Missouri GovernorState Sen. Bob Dixon joined four other announced Republican candidates vying for Missouri governor in 2016, touting his Christian faith and conservative views during an announcement Monday on the front porch of his Springfield home.
Officers May Face Restrictions Using Deadly ForceThe officer related shooting in South Carolina that led to murder charges against the officer would be legal in Missouri, but that could change.
Legislation Would Lessen Penalties for Small-Time Marijuana UsersSmall-time pot users—those who use less than two ounces and who face a judge for the first time—rarely go to jail, but a measure making its way through the Missouri Senate would ensure they don't.
Missouri Senate Endorses Criminal Code OverhaulThe Missouri Senate endorsed legislation Monday to overhaul the state's criminal laws for the first time since 1979 and create new punishment ranges for felony and misdemeanor crimes.
Mo. Senate Votes To Extend Expiring Tax Credits The measure would reinstate tax credits for donations to pregnancy centers, child crisis nurseries and food pantries.