What Urban Business Leaders Expect During Trump's PresidencySome say when there is change, there is opportunity.
Grand Jury Indicts Aaron Schock on Wire Fraud, Theft CountsThe 52-page indictment accuses Aaron Schock of spending $40,000 in government funds to redecorate his Washington office, including $5,000 on a chandelier, and asked the House to reimburse him for nearly $30,000 worth of camera equipment.
Campaign Donations Buy Time with Missouri GOP SenatorsA campaign committee for Missouri's Republican senators is promising breakfast or dinner with top lawmakers in exchange for donations.
Skeletal Remains Found Near Missouri Home of Missing WomanOfficials say it's too early to say whether the remains relate to the case of Lynn Marie Messer.
Amendment Protecting Services from New Taxes on November BallotRead the verbiage of Constitutional Amendment Four here.
Riverfront Bridge Project Progresses in Jefferson CityOfficials said the nearly $3 million project, called the Veterans Walk to Riverfront Park, will feature a nearly 830-foot bridge that would offer seven overlooks of the Capitol and the riverfront.
City Fights State Court on Minimum Wage RequirementsSt. Louis argues before the Missouri Supreme Court that state law does not preclude it from imposing a higher minimum wage.
Bruce Franks Jr. Talks Priorities for Jefferson CityBruce Franks Jr. says he's looking forward to winning the November election and going to Jefferson City.
Backers Fight to Get Medical Marijuana on Missouri BallotSecretary of State Jason Kander has said the measure was 2,242 short of the needed signatures.
State Governor Lead Widens as Treasurer Race Heat UpAs the gap between the state governor candidates widens, the race for state treasurer takes an unprecedented turn.
A Glance at New Laws Missouri Legislators Voted to EnactMissouri's Republican-led Legislature overrode Democratic Gov. Jay Nixon's vetoes on 13 bills.
The Latest: Missouri Bill for E-Verify Exceptions FailsMissouri lawmakers have failed to enact a bill to allow for exceptions to a requirement that some businesses use the federal E-Verify program to check whether job applicants are authorized to work in the U.S.