Missouri State Parks Top 20 Million Visitors For First TimeMillions of dollars have been spent to improve parks and add to the system.
144-Mile Hiking and Biking Trail in Missouri's Near FutureAmeren purchased the rail line in 1999. It has not been used for railroad purposes for more than two decades.
Missouri Gov. Nixon to Work as Lawyer After Term EndsNixon spokesman Scott Holste confirmed on Friday that the outgoing governor will work for the Dowd Bennett firm in Clayton.
Mo. Settles Fed. Suit with Family of Man Who Drowned in Water Patrol CustodyBrandon Ellingson's family blamed state, Highway Patrol for his death.
Gov. Nixon Predicts Trump Could Lose MissouriMissouri Gov. Jay Nixon is predicting Donald Trump could lose Missouri.
Nixon Cuts $59 Million After Lawmakers Enact Tax BreaksThe cuts include more than $24 million for K-12 schools, $20 million for highway projects, more than $8 million for higher education and more than $4 million for agricultural programs.
Missouri Lawmakers Back Voter Photo ID, Looser Gun LawsMissouri's Republican-led Legislature used its supermajority Wednesday to override a gubernatorial veto of a voter photo ID requirement, then immediately shifted its attention to measure that would significantly relax the state's gun laws.
Gov. Nixon 'Optimistic' Some Vetoes Will StickRepublicans have enough members in both chambers to override vetoes.
Missouri Bill to Protect Those Who Save Kids from Hot CarsMissouri would be the eighth state to enact a good-Samaritan law aimed at helping people locked in cars.
Florissant Fights Management Change for License OfficeThe Mayor of Florissant is calling on residents to make their voices heard concerning the future of the state license office in his city.
Nixon Calls in National Guard; West Alton Residents Told To EvacuateResidents in West Alton are being told to evacuate immediately at this hour, due to the overtopping of the Consolidated North County Levee on the Mississippi River.
Governor: Missouri's Storm-Related Death Toll Rises to 10Missouri's death toll from floodwaters fueled by days of downpours has climbed to 10 and appeared likely to grow, Gov. Jay Nixon warned Monday as some communities braced for expected record river crests in coming days.