An early Tuesday fire destroyed the vehicle maintenance facility for the Missouri State Highway Patrol and damaged more than a dozen vehicles.
If you sense that Missouri government has become unable to resolve major state problems, take a look at the agenda facing your state lawmakers after they returned from their spring break.
The income tax cut plan could eventually waive a little less than $500 million of revenues annually, an amount about half the size as originally proposed with a later effective date.
Missouri Auditor Tom Schweich says the state’s tax credit program for the redevelopment of historic buildings is the largest in the nation. And he says it’s also inefficient.
Missouri cancer patients could soon find it more affordable to take chemotherapy pills under legislation signed by Gov. Jay Nixon on Wednesday.
Missouri’s Capitol will be quieter this week as state lawmakers take a weeklong spring break.
Missouri’s Republican-led House has passed legislation setting the state’s 2016 presidential primary for March 15.
Republican Sen. Brian Nieves, of Washington, withdrew Thursday after initially filing for re-election.
As legislators prepare to take off for their spring break, a large number of bills are filed so late in the session that there’s no real hope for passage.
Students from Normandy schools in St. Louis County are asking Missouri lawmakers to save their school district.