Greitens Backs Ramped-Up Missouri Abortion BillGreitens earlier this month called lawmakers back to the Capitol for a special session focused on abortion.
Missouri Lawmakers Return for Special Session on AbortionMissouri Gov. Eric Greitens, in calling for the special session last week, said he wants the local ordinance undone, saying it makes St. Louis ``an abortion sanctuary city.''
Lawmakers Approve Transfer of Historic Missouri Prison SiteThe bill allows the transfer, sale or conveyance of nearly 32 acres of old prison grounds near the Capitol.
Shots Fired Near the CapitolA woman described as "erratic and aggressive" drove a vehicle into a U.S. Capitol Police cruiser near the Capitol on Wednesday morning and was taken into custody, police said.
Officer Snyder's Widow Attends President Trump's AddressSnyder says Trump's speech was "awesome, great words of encouragement from our awesome president."
Mo. Congressman Goes to Federal Court Over the Removal of a Police PaintingClay says the painting 'makes you think' and argues it is a 1st Amendment right to have the painting on display.
20 Things You Didn't Know About Past Presidential InaugurationsA lot has happened on Inauguration Day in the past 228 years, since George Washington's first ceremony.
Officer Snyder's Widow Irate Over Controversial Police PaintingWATCH: Elizabeth Snyder's 4-minute Facebook Live video has been viewed by almost 30,000 people.
Missouri Lawmakers Vote to Continue Smoking in OfficesSmoking is already prohibited in hallways and legislative chambers - but not offices.
Missouri Spending $415,000 on Capitol Security ImprovementsThe security improvements were initiated by Gov.-elect Eric Greitens, who takes office Monday.
UPDATE: Missouri GOP Starts 2017 Legislative Session With New AllyRepublicans still hold a commanding majority in both the House & Senate, but now there is no Democratic Governor to keep a balance.
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.