Final Testimony Wednesday in Trial of Missouri Clergy ProtestersThose protesters, sometimes called the Medicaid 23, each face up to $500 in fines and up to six months behind bars.
Trial for Missouri Clergy Who Protested in Capitol BeginsMore than 20 clergy members dressed in religious garb and bearing crosses packed in a crowded Missouri courtroom Tuesday as their trial began.
US Capitol Lockdown EndsCapitol police had said they were searching for an individual but offered no details.
Missouri Senator Receives Death Threats on TwitterThe Tweeter was tracked to within two blocks of the US capital, just hours after the tweets.
3 More Groups Submit Missouri Ballot PetitionsThe state has received a total of five 2016 initiative petitions that could be on the November ballot.
Religious-Objections Supporters Rally in Missouri CapitolThose who oppose it say it's discrimination, and believe Missouri will face same economic consequences.
Retired Teamsters Rally in Washington to Save PensionsSome could see over 50% reductions.
Legislature Ends Restraining Order on Political InsiderA judge on Monday dismissed a case seeking to extend a restraining order that had barred David Poger from the Capitol.
Ethics, Voter ID Among Measures to Watch in Missouri SessionMissouri lawmakers arrived at the Capitol on Wednesday to start the 2016 session.
Top Issues to Watch in Missouri Legislative SessionThe 2016 legislative session begins Wednesday.
Gov. Rauner OKs 'Piecemeal' Spending Plan in Rare CompromiseThe conservative businessman has steadfastly opposed ``piecemeal'' spending during the deadlock now in its sixth month but reached a compromise on the matter with Democrats last week.
$40 Million Renovation Expected to Extend Capitol Building Life A $40 million renovation project is underway at the Capitol. It includes a number of phases to be completed over multiple years in different portions of the building, according to Office of Administration Director of Communications Ryan Burns.