Hirth: House Committee Out of Touch on Sexual Harassment Standards"I don't think they reached out to any victims when proposing or when developing their proposals either," Former LeVota Intern Taylor Hirth said in an interview.
Missouri House Holding Public Hearing on Harassment PoliciesThe proposed policy changes include banning romantic fraternization between legislators, staff and interns, as well as a mandating that any sexual harassment complaints against lawmakers be referred to an outside attorney.
Bob Barker Treated For Cut to Head After a Sidewalk FallBarker was taken to Cedars-Sinai Medical Center, where he received stiches for the head wound.
Joplin Habitat for Humanity to Mark 100th Home Since TornadoJoplin Area Habitat for Humanity is preparing to dedicate the 100th house it has built since the May 2011 tornado that killed 161 people and destroyed thousands of buildings.
Neighbor Asking For Help Retrofitting Chris Sanna's Home"Anyone who doesn't want to donate money, but is able to donate labor, materials, know-how, expertise in helping get his house ready for him when he moves back in, that would be greatly appreciated."
House OKs GOP Bill Blocking Planned Parenthood FundsA divided House voted Friday to block Planned Parenthood's federal funds for a year, as Republican leaders labored to keep GOP outrage over abortion from spiraling into an impasse with President Barack Obama that could shut down the government.
Missouri Right-to-Work Measure Fails in GOP-Controlled HouseThe Republican-led House voted 96 to 63 for the right-to-work bill during a veto session Wednesday.
The Latest on the Missouri Legislative SessionLawmakers have rejected an effort to make Missouri the 26th right-to-work state.
Police Find Tuskegee Airman's Stolen Car in North St. LouisTwo separate incidents in the same day.
House Panel OKs Federal-Funding Plan Over Rauner's ProtestWhat began as a bipartisan effort to distribute $5 billion in federal funds, and keep some Illinois programs afloat despite a budget stalemate, appeared Tuesday to be headed for a veto by Republican Gov. Bruce Rauner amid a continuing financing feud with Democrats in the General Assembly.
Live TV Exorcism in St. Louis to Air in OctoberThe site of the St. Louis exorcism in 1949 of Roland Doe will host Destination America's TV special Oct. 30.
Victim of Baden House Explosion Dies18-year-old Jordan Boyce was blown into the street by the blast.