Bodies of 2 Missing Jefferson City Teenagers Found in RiverAuthorities have found the bodies of two Jefferson City teenagers in the Moreau River.
Greitens Backs Ramped-Up Missouri Abortion BillGreitens earlier this month called lawmakers back to the Capitol for a special session focused on abortion.
As Missouri Debates New Abortion Curbs, Both Sides RallyRepublican Gov. Eric Greitens led an anti-abortion rally in support of proposed new measures such as mandatory annual health inspections of clinics.
Missouri Senate Panel Advances Abortion RegulationsThe proposals could be debated by the full Senate as early as Wednesday.
Missouri Lawmakers Return for Special Session on AbortionMissouri Gov. Eric Greitens, in calling for the special session last week, said he wants the local ordinance undone, saying it makes St. Louis ``an abortion sanctuary city.''
Tougher Discrimination Bill Goes to Missouri Governor NextRepublican Gov. Eric Greitens will receive the legislation on his desk soon. He is likely to sign it.
Missouri Lawmakers Pass $3.4B in Basic Aid For K-12 SchoolsGreitens recommended a slight increase, but his plan would have fallen about $45 million short of the law's funding target.
Lawmakers Approve Transfer of Historic Missouri Prison SiteThe bill allows the transfer, sale or conveyance of nearly 32 acres of old prison grounds near the Capitol.
Budget Tensions Rise in Jefferson CityMissouri's Senate is expected to take up its version of the state's budget this week after a closed-door meeting late last week by the governor with legislative leaders and budget chairs.
Statewide Ride-Hailing Legislation Heads to Gov. GreitensGreitens has called the measure a "job creator" -- it easily passed the legislature.
Missouri House Advances Plan for $242M in Extra SpendingAbout $45 million would come from state general revenue, with the rest coming from federal and other funds.
Media Again Criticizes Gov. Greitens for Lack of Accessibility"This is a governor who is inaccessible in ways that I haven't encountered in nearly a half-a-century," says Phill Brooks, KMOX.