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.
Jeffrey Ferguson is scheduled to die at 12:01 a.m. Wednesday for the 1989 death of a 17-year-old St. Charles County girl.
A Missouri Republican Senator is sponsoring a bill to develop a lead industry task force to clean up old sites and in efforts to have cleaner processing methods.
This Wednesday will be Missouri’s fifth execution in five months, which could be a record for the year.
A Southwest Missouri man was acquitted Thursday of multiple charges from 2013.
Missourians are finding it difficult to feed their families on a regular basis—and that puts the state at number two on the “very low food security” list.
The Missouri Supreme Court on Thursday issued show cause orders in the cases of Leon Taylor and Michael Worthington. The orders give attorneys for the two men until April 14 to show why an execution date should not be set.
St. Louis may follow the lead of urban school districts in places like Chicago, Philadelphia and New York and turn over the reins of the city’s most troubled schools to outside groups.
Congresswoman Ann Wagner says she’s waiting for a response from the EPA about efforts to give the Army Corps of Engineers more control of the Westlake Landfill in Bridgeton.
Police suspect drunk-driving for why a Chevy went 20 miles the wrong way on I-44 in St. Louis County.