Dairy Queen, School District Held Accountable For Teenager's SuicideWitnesses who testified say the Columbia-area teen had been bullied for years at school and at work.
Senate Approves Right-To-Work Bill, Adds Grandfather ProvisionGov. Eric Gretiens has promised to sign the final bill, which would take effect in August.
Rauner Says 'Don't Give Up' on Day Senate Tests Budget Plan``It's heartening to see the Senate coming together on a bipartisan basis to acknowledge these changes are needed,'' Rauner said, then, going off script, ``Please don't give up. Please keep working. The people of Illinois need you to succeed.''
Alleged Terrorist Threats Tried to Close Down St. Louis Planned ParenthoodThe man who faces a federal charge is helping to organize a rally to support his right of free speech.
Police: Man Robs Former Boss at Gunpoint, Threatens to Kill FamilyPolice say James Darabscek, 69, forced the victim into his home Sunday, pushed him down and threatened to kill him.
UPS to Hire 95,000 Seasonal Workers for Upcoming HolidaysThe calendar says it's not even fall yet, but delivery companies and retailers are making their hiring lists for the holiday season.
Nixon Vetoes Change to E-Verify Requirement in MissouriCurrent state law requires businesses with government contracts, tax breaks or grants to use the E-Verify program.
Suspicious Packages 'Rendered Safe' After 3-Hour Bomb ThreatPolice say they were not sure if either package contained explosive materials, but one package was rendered safe.
Former University of Missouri Worker Admits $716K TheftFifty-four-year-old Carla Rathmann of Mount Vernon pleaded guilty Monday in Springfield, Missouri to one count each of mail fraud and credit card fraud.
Target Employee Accused of Crashing Car into StoreNo employees were reported hurt.
Minimum Wage Raise May Exclude Workers With DisabilitiesA committee of St. Louis Aldermen passed a bill to exempt workers at disabled workshops from the city's upcoming minimum wage hike.
Workplaces Call for More Safety After TV Reporters KilledNews Director Scott Brady in Springfield, Mo., says there is an element of "it could happen to us."