Protesters Confront Greitens Over Minimum WageMissouri Gov. Eric Greitens faces hecklers on a hot parking lot as he unveils his crime-fighting plan for St. Louis.
Krewson For Mayor Opens Campaign HeadquartersAt the moment, Krewson faces only one other declared candidate. But many others are said to be considering a run for mayor.
Congressman Lacy Clay Takes Part in House Floor Sit-InCongressional Democrats stage a sit-in on the House floor, refusing to leave until they secure a vote on gun control measures.
Missouri Senator Roy Blunt Reacts to 'Terrorist Watch List'Missouri Senator Roy Blunt is reacting to calls for a "terrorist watch list" that would prevent some people from buying guns.
SURVEY: 64% of Voters Oppose Allowing Syrian Refugees Into MissouriThe survey of 743 likely voters statewide, conducted by Remington Research group, finds 64 percent are opposed to allowing Syrian refugees into Missouri.
Fitch: Still No Solution to Gun LawsFormer St. Louis Police Chief Tim Fitch says Charleston, S.C.'s gun laws are similar to ours in St. Louis.
Mo. Born Gun Control Activist Sarah Brady DiesKirksville native married Centralia, Ill. native James Brady, who was wounded during assassination attempt on President Reagan
Missouri Republicans Push for Gun Bill WinMissouri Republicans are clashing again with Democratic Gov. Jay Nixon on gun legislation.
Reagan Aide, Gun Control Advocate Jim Brady DiesA major trait that endeared Jim Brady to the Washington press corps was his sense of humor, especially when he made fun of his own boss.
Nixon: Arming Teachers is Not Guarantee of Safer SchoolsNixon says he KO'd the Republican-backed measure because it was seeking to nullify federal gun control laws.
Analysis: Kansas Gun Suit Recalls Brown Aftermath A national gun control group is trying to bolster its legal and public case against a Kansas law challenging federal firearms regulations by arguing that it revives an old, discredited states-rights doctrine espoused decades ago by opponents of racial equality.
Lawsuit: Missouri Lawmakers Would Redo Gun MeasureNew arguments are being raised against a proposed Missouri constitutional amendment that would enhance the right to bear arms.