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.
UPDATED: Zoo Takes Legal Action to Block Gun ProtestersMissouri laws may not allow police to keep the protest outside the Saint Louis Zoo's walls.
Dotson: Plenty of Blame for Violent Crime Increase to Go AroundDotson says a lack of help for those dealing with issues that lead to crime are leaving police alone on the front lines.
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.
Hancock & Kelley - Friday, July 25th - KC Councilman John Sharp; Mo. State Rep. Rick Brattin; Judge Ann Callis; Andy Thorpe and Kim NazarukJohn and Michael with Kansas City Councilman John Sharp; with Mo. State Rep. Rick Brattin; with Judge Ann Callis; and with Andy Thorp and Kim Nazaruk of Miriam School.
Missouri Republicans At Odds On Gun NullificationA division among Missouri Republicans is threatening to derail the state's attempt to nullify federal laws that are deemed to be infringements on gun rights.
Missouri Senate Passes Controversial Gun Nullification BillMissouri is one step closer to passing a law that would would ban federal workers who enforce federal gun laws from getting jobs with the state.
Kansas City, St. Louis Mayors Oppose GOP Gun BillKansas City Mayor Sly James and St. Louis Mayor Francis Slay called the measure "absurd'' and said it could make it easier for criminals to get guns.
New State Laws Create Changes for Drivers, Gun Owners and StudentsMissourians will see changes to hot topics like school safety, gun regulations and road rules after laws Gov. Jay Nixon signed went into effect this week.
Missouri Senator Proposes Stronger Laws for Parental Responsibility with FirearmsSen. Maria Chappelle-Nadal, D-University City, has proposed a bill that would create an offense for failing to prevent an illegal firearm possession.
Illinois Gun Sales On The RiseBackground checks have doubled since Connecticut shootings.
Sen. Dick Durbin Expects No New Gun Laws Because of MassacreDurbin asks “Why in the world does anybody need a military assault weapon? Why?