Missourians Can Fly With Current IDs For Up To 1 More YearThe Missouri Department of Revenue announced Tuesday the state will have until at least October 2018 to comply with a federal REAL ID law.
Missouri Waives Birth Certificate Fees for Kids in Foster CareGreitens in a Friday statement said the change is aimed at making it easier for teenagers in foster care to get records needed to apply for a driver's license and jobs.
Mo. Senate Approves Real ID Compliance BillMissouri is one of only five states that doesn't comply or have an extension to comply with the federal law establishing tougher licensing requirements in the wake of the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks.
Missouri House Pushes Real ID Compliance Measure ForwardWithout complaint licenses, Missourians won't be able to use state identification to board airplanes or visit some federal facilities starting in January 2018.
Illinois Gets Extension to Comply With Real ID StandardsIllinois is among 14 states that received a year-long extension to comply with stricter federal requirements for driver's licenses and identification cards.
Real ID Act Begins at Scott Air Force BaseNow it takes more than a Missouri driver's license to enter the base.
Mo. Governor Nixes 22 Bills; Might Be Overturned in Veto SessionThe 22 vetoed bills encompass everything from remote-controlled tractor trailers to voter IDs.
Scott Air Force Base Cracks Down on Acceptable Forms of IDA driver's license or ID card from Missouri won't be enough to get onto Scott Air Force Base and Fort Leonard Wood as of Sept. 15.
Feds Won't Accept Missouri Driver's LicensesA letter from the U.S. Department of Homeland Security to Missouri, obtained on Wednesday by The Associated Press, informs the state that its exemption from federal Real ID requirements will come to an end Jan. 10.
Ladue Police Search for Suspect in Purse TheftLadue Police believe the suspect has previously targeted other schools, parks, and country clubs in the area.
Ferguson Municipal Judge Announces Sweeping ChangesFerguson's new municipal judge ordered massive changes Monday in the city's much-criticized municipal court, a move he said is aimed at restoring confidence in the system and easing the burden on needy defendants.
Lawsuit Against St. Louis Claims Illegal Driving SuspensionsA lawsuit filed against the city of St. Louis claims its traffic court has been illegally suspending motorists' drivers licenses who fail to show up for moving violations.

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