Missouri House Committee Votes to Reverse Guns-on-Campus BanThe Select Committee on General Laws will review the bill next.
Study: Change in Background Check Law Leads To More Gun DeathsMissouri has had 110 more gun-related deaths a year since a change in background checks for gun purchases.
Missouri Lawmakers Propose Lifting Gun Ban at Colleges``It's probably time to at least for us to have the discussion'' on the issue, Sen. Brian Munzlinger said.
Firearms Deer Season Opening Weekend Harvests Over 97,000Top harvest counties for opening weekend were Texas County with 2,184 deer checked, Howell County with 1,959 and Franklin County with 1,899.
Slay Pushes Special Court for Violent OffendersMayor Francis Slay says he has discussed with judges about a special court to handle criminals who use guns.
Missouri Supreme Court: Felon-in-Possession Law StandsThe Missouri Supreme Court on Tuesday upheld a state law banning felons from possessing firearms, ruling that it does not violate a constitutional right to bear arms.
ATF Report: Missouri Gun Violence Largely HomegrownNearly 5K guns were traced in the Show-Me State in 2014.
Gun Thefts Up in St. Louis 65 Percent Compared to Last Year183 guns were reported stolen in the first four months of 2015 - a 65 percent increase from the same period last year.
Mo. Lawmaker's Bill Defines 'Violent Felony' in State Gun LawSt. Louis Circuit Judge Robert Dierker has ruled Amendment Five was too broad, and fails to differentiate between violent and non-violent offenders.
Missouri Considers Shortened Deer Hunting SeasonThe state agency proposes a nine-day fall firearms season each November starting in 2016. The current fall season lasts 11 days.
Edwardsville Dispatcher Accused in Theft InvestigationAn Edwardsville police dispatcher is accused of trying to cover up for an officer charged with burglarizing homes and businesses while on duty.
Study: 40 Percent of Gun Cases in Circuit Attorney's Office DroppedA study finds most suspects arrested for gun charges in the city of St. Louis never go to prison because of a loophole in state gun laws or the kindness of judges.

More From CBS St. Louis

Listen Now
Introducing Your New Podcast Network
Find St. Louis' Top Spots

Listen Live