A Glance at New Laws Missouri Legislators Voted to EnactMissouri's Republican-led Legislature overrode Democratic Gov. Jay Nixon's vetoes on 13 bills.
Mo. Governor Nixes 22 Bills; Might Be Overturned in Veto SessionThe 22 vetoed bills encompass everything from remote-controlled tractor trailers to voter IDs.
Worlds Collide During Annual Midwest US-Japan Association ConferenceMidwestern governors and Japanese government officials are meeting for the 48th annual Midwest US-Japan Association Conference.
Environment Coalition Hopes to Retain Public MembersThe Missouri Coalition for the Environment hopes to keep a majority of citizens on the Clean Water Commission to protect rivers from factory farm manure.
Gov. Nixon Shakes Up City Election BoardTwo new leaders after mistakes force do-over election.
Missouri Governor to Comment on St. Louis Election FraudMissouri Gov. Jay Nixon is in town this morning to make a special announcement regarding the city Board of Election Commissioners.
Responding to College-Cost Audit, Nixon Touts AffordabilitySince fiscal year 2009, state funding per full-time student dropped 19 percent, according to a report released last week by Auditor Nicole Galloway.
Missouri's Newest State Park OpensEcho Bluff State Park has both modern amenities and traditional outdoors challenges
WGU Missouri Holds Commencement in St. LouisThis year's graduating class has nearly 300 members
New Missouri Law Requires CPR Training in High SchoolUnder the new law, students would have to take 30 minutes of CPR instruction, as well as training in the Heimlich maneuver.
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.
Gov. Nixon Pardons 9 People Convicted of Nonviolent CrimesNixon announced the pardons for military veterans and others who completed their sentences.