Missouri Clergy Protestors Found Guilty of TrespassingJurors returned the verdict Wednesday night after a two-day trial.
Final Testimony Wednesday in Trial of Missouri Clergy ProtestersThose protesters, sometimes called the Medicaid 23, each face up to $500 in fines and up to six months behind bars.
Trial for Missouri Clergy Who Protested in Capitol BeginsMore than 20 clergy members dressed in religious garb and bearing crosses packed in a crowded Missouri courtroom Tuesday as their trial began.
Jefferson City Woman Found SafeOfficers were advised Clark was being held against her will. They briefly spoke with her, but 911 operators heard an argument before the line disconnected.
University Review Panel Continues Despite Budget CutThe next meeting is set for Aug. 24 in Columbia.
Kander Deciding What To Do On Tobacco Tax After Court RulingA Kander spokeswoman said Friday that the office is still reviewing the effect of the court ruling and has no comment.
Nixon Signs Deadly Force Bill, New Sentencing GuidelinesMissouri Gov. Jay Nixon on Wednesday signed a bill that brings Missouri's law on deadly force into compliance with a Supreme Court ruling from more than 30 years ago.
Missouri Governor Vetoes Photo ID Voting RequirementMissouri Gov. Jay Nixon vetoed legislation Thursday that would have required voters to show photo identification at the polls.
Missouri Governor Says He Doesn't Want to be UM PresidentMissouri Gov. Jay Nixon says he doesn't want to be president of the University of Missouri System.
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.