Missouri Woman Arrested After 41 Animals Removed From HomeJefferson City police say a 58-year-old woman faces animal cruelty charges after 41 animals were taken from her home.
Nixon Signs Bill to Cut College Costs for Military MembersTo get in-state tuition, students currently must get a full-time job or live in Missouri for a year and meet other requirements.
Nixon Appoints 3 New Curators to Lead University of MissouriMissouri Gov. Jay Nixon on Wednesday appointed three new members to the board of curators.
Missouri Governor Hopefuls Debate Mizzou, Taxes, Race RelationsThe primary for Missouri's next governor is August 2, and the general election is November 8.
Missouri House Speaker Proud of First Legislative SessionTodd Richardson hopes a new bill to give businesses "religious freedom" another go next year.
Lawmakers Alter Deadly Force Standards for Police, CitizensThe bill says an officer can only use deadly force if a suspect is dangerous.
Voter ID Measure Passes Missouri SenateSenators voted 24-8 along party lines Wednesday to pass a constitutional amendment that would allow for such a law.
Missouri Still a Hotspot For Human TraffickingJefferson City woman said she was drugged, raped and beaten for three days by a man who she called a 'friend.'
3 More Groups Submit Missouri Ballot PetitionsThe state has received a total of five 2016 initiative petitions that could be on the November ballot.
Missouri Lawmakers Undo Veto to Enact School Funding MeasureBipartisan supporters of the change say meeting funding goals outlined without the cap wasn't feasible.
Missouri House Advances 'Personhood' LegislationHouse members voted 112-36 Tuesday to give the legislation initial approval.
Despite Deal, Lawmakers Predict Voter ID Fight to Keep GoingMissouri lawmakers from both parties see the voter ID issue as far from settled, even as the Republican-controlled Legislature is poised to tighten the state's requirements after Democrats managed to stall a pair of proposals for about a month.