No Jail Time for Missouri Capitol Clergy ProtestTwenty-two religious leaders were spared from jail Thursday but still could face fines after being convicted of trespassing during protests in the Missouri Senate.
Intern in Sexting Scandal Breaks SilenceKatie Graham, of Joplin, Mo., and a student at Missouri Southern State University, sent out a statement late Thursday evening.
Bond Proposal Would Turn MoDOT Headquarters into Legislature SpaceTransforming the Missouri Department of Transportation headquarters into a space for legislative and executive branch employees is among the projects that could be funded with new bond revenue.
Nixon Tours Stalactite-Infested Basement of State CapitolGov. Jay Nixon took a handful of Missouri lawmakers and reporters on a tour of the muddy, stalactite infested basement of the state Capitol to show what repairs need to be made to the nearing century old building.
Governor Cites Need for Missouri Capitol RepairsGov. Jay Nixon is planning to tour the nooks and crannies of the Missouri Capitol to get a firsthand look at repairs that could be financed through a bonding plan.
Ferguson Marchers Make Their Way to Missouri CapitolAbout 50 people protesting the police shooting of Michael Brown are expected to arrive at the Missouri Capitol after a march from the shooting site in the St. Louis suburb of Ferguson.
Beer Sales at the Missouri Capitol Blocked by Gov. NixonThe governor said alcohol sales could have presented a poor image to children and families
Tax-Limits Champion Honored at Missouri CapitolA Missourian who led a petition effort limiting state revenues, is being honored at the Missouri Capitol.
Missouri Lawmakers Spend Week on Spring BreakMissouri's Capitol will be quieter this week as state lawmakers take a weeklong spring break.
Capitol Perspectives: The History of Bipartisanship in Missouri's LegislatureIn this year's session, there have been signs that some seek to return to an era when policy overrode politics.
Staffer to Mo. House Speaker Resigns After Leaving Loaded Gun at CapitolDave Evans of O'Fallon was a legislative assistance for Jones at the time of the incident. His 9mm pistol was found atop a toilet paper dispenser in a men's restroom at the Missouri Capitol.
Loaded Gun Left in Missouri Capitol BathroomCapitol Police identified the owner as David Evans, a staffer for House Speaker Tim Jones. There was one round in the chamber and six more in the magazine.