Was Friday’s St. Louis Post-Dispatch story on former Missouri House Speaker John Diehl and a past affair with a Missouri Gov. Jay Nixon staffer newsworthy, and should it have included the name of a possible victim of sexual assault?
Missouri state workers donning masks and blue gloves with the care of surgeons cut open a 100-year-old time capsule from the Capitol on Thursday.
Area rivers are high right now, and with more rain on the way over the next few days, they’re going to get higher. Could some homes and businesses eventually have river water lapping at their doorsteps?
Jeff Mizanskey, who is serving life without parole for pot, sits down with KMOX News for his first interview since the governor commuted his sentence.
Clayton Detective Lt. Don Bass tells KMOX News the department has finished looking at Schweich’s office computer in Jefferson City, Missouri, and found nothing of evidentiary value.
Schweich died without a suicide note, and investigators say the search for a motive was the theme of their final search of two state-owned computers Schweich used in his St. Louis and Jefferson City offices.
Supporters of the ban say red light cameras are used by cities to generate revenue, and there is limited evidence on whether they improve safety.
A bill that would tighten anti-bullying policies in Missouri schools requires the policy to be printed in each school’s respective student handbook.
A top business priority for Missouri Republicans is heading to Gov. Jay Nixon’s desk, but the measure did not get the number of votes needed to override a potential veto.
The House committee postponed voting on a bill that would allow nursing home patients to place a camera in their rooms.