Students urge the state to let them substitute traditional academic classes for agriculture, career and technical courses.
A Missouri House bill would require the state lottery to create a separate lottery ticket to fund veterans’ programs.
Missouri senators seek to nullify U.S. gun restrictions and send federal agents to jail for enforcing such laws.
Police say East Prairie Democrat had allegedly been driving while intoxicated in Jefferson City.
Missouri education department says classes could extend into summer.
Jefferson City business could be back to near normal on Wednesday.
Secretary of State Jason Kander had an interesting observation when he announced his proposal to restrict special interest money in government and politics. “It’s easy for politicians to vilify lobbyists,” he said.
Missouri lawmakers could have to cut about $370 million from Gov. Jay Nixon’s budget if they don’t want to go along with his financial assumptions.
The attorney for Missouri death row inmate Herbert Smulls has asked a federal court for a 60-day stay of execution.
Jefferson City police say human remains found last week apparently are those of a missing central Missouri man.