St. Louis State Senator Reads From Rapper's Book in FilibusterThe Missouri Senate has tabled a sales tax bill after a senator filibustered it by reading a book about rapper 50 Cent.
New Push To Raise Missouri's Cigarette TaxBlack elected officials from St. Louis say a half-dollar more would raise millions for early childhood education
Activists Seek More Reforms, One Year After Ferguson UproarAssociated Press review finds 40 new state measures passed in U.S. since death of Michael Brown
National Guard Called Protestors 'Enemy Forces'The Missouri National Guard referred to protestors in Ferguson last year as “enemy forces” and “adversaries,” according to documents obtained by CNN.
Sen. Chappelle-Nadal Calls for Gov. Nixon's ResignationChappelle-Nadal has been an outspoken critic of Nixon since the Aug. 9 shooting of Michael Brown by officer Darren Wilson.
Mark Reardon: A Vigil For The Deer Of Town And CountryFormer Town and Country Alderman Al Gerber discusses tomorrow night's vigil for the deer of Town and Country.
Bill Would Allow St. Louis City to Re-Enter St. Louis CountyChappelle-Nadal says the bill would save the region millions because it would stop the duplication of services between the city and county.
School Board Member: 'We Have Prepared Our Students' to Protest in FergusonDemocratic Missouri state senator and University City school board member, Maria Chappelle-Nadal, says she and local education officials have been changing their curriculum to “prepare” students to protest the Ferguson decision.
Mark Reardon: Joe Buck On The Future Of The Rams In St. LouisJoe Buck of Fox Sports discusses the future of the Rams in St. Louis and Silent Stan Kroenke.
Mark Reardon: St. Louis Alderman Scott Ogilvie On Is Seeking A New MetroLink RouteSt. Louis Alderman Scott Ogilvie is a member of a new commission that is seeking a new MetroLink north-south route through St. Louis.
Who's Who In Michael Brown Case
Missouri Lawmakers Could Debate Prosecutors' RoleFollowing a fatal police shooting that has fueled weeks of protests, Missouri lawmakers could consider legislation that would remove local prosecutors from decisions about whether to charge police involved in deadly shootings.