New Wireless-Linked Semi-Trucks Could be Approved in MissouriThe bill wouldn't remove drivers from the truck, but allow trucks to be more efficient and safer for other highway drivers.
Gov. Nixon Visits Flood-Damaged Areas in Jeff. CountyThe waters are receding, but the recovery is just getting started.
Missouri College Students Could Soon Bring Their Guns to SchoolThe bill wouldn't force schools to allow guns, as long as they are protecting their students by other means.
Unemployment Benefits Override Looks SetMissouri's Republican-led Senate appears to have enough support.
Federal Help for Missouri Flood VictimsCounties can seek federal assistance for response and recovery.
Missouri Senators Want Armed Guardsmen“This senseless sacrifice of American blood at the altar of political correctness must come to an immediate stop,” --Senate Leader Tom Dempsey of St. Charles.
Missouri Bills That Become Law Under NixonHere's a look at some of the measures Governor Nixon signed or allowed to become law Tuesday.
Chesterfield Mercy Health to Lay Off 300Mercy Health officials say challenges from the Affordable Care Act and lack of Medicaid expansion are to blame for the layoffs.
Nixon Signs Bill Aimed at Protecting Seniors From FraudA Missouri bill signed by Gov. Jay Nixon on Friday is touted by its supporters as a way to protect older residents and those with disabilities from financial exploitation by giving advisers more authority to act if they suspect fraud.
Governor Nixon Vetoes Right-to-Work BillGovernor Nixon has struck down legislation that would make Missouri a Right-to-Work state.
Lawmakers Concerned About Public Funding for New StadiumThe effort to block Nixon has failed in the legislature. State Sen. Eric Schmitt says he can’t make a decision on public funding for the stadium until there’s an actual financing package presented for consideration.
Missouri Legislature Passes $26 Billion Spending PlanMissouri lawmakers passed a $26 billion budget plan on Thursday for the next fiscal year that would increase basic aid for K-12 public schools while holding spending for social services stagnant.