Kentucky Coach Calipari Walks Away From Question About Mizzou FansThe coach of the No. 11 ranked Wildcats probably didn't have anything nice to say about the 'Cal, you suck' chant.
Missouri Man Charged with Trying to Plan Terrorist AttackA Missouri native who said he wanted to participate in a terrorist attack that would cause many deaths and injuries is charged with helping plan a Presidents Day attack on buses, trains and a train station in Kansas City.
Bill Would Mandate E-verify Checks for Missouri BusinessesCurrent state law requires businesses with government contracts, tax breaks or grants to use the free E-verify progra
Democrats Ask Greitens to Allow Expanded Family LeaveThe governor supports family leave for state employees and the administration is reviewing the proposed rule changes.
Missouri House Pushes Real ID Compliance Measure ForwardWithout complaint licenses, Missourians won't be able to use state identification to board airplanes or visit some federal facilities starting in January 2018.
Gov Greitens, County Executive Stenger Condemn Jewish Cemetery VandalsGov. Greitens posted on Facebook, urging volunteers to meet him at Chesed Shel Emeth Cemetery to help clean up the site Wednesday at 3 p.m.
St. Louis Mayoral Candidate Lewis Reeds Has Endorsement from Congressman ClayLacy Clay commended Reed’s work to keep the National Geospatial Agency, and its 3,000 jobs, in St. Louis.
Reports: Gander Mountain to File For BankruptcyThere are three St. Louis-area Gander Mountain locations: Chesterfield, Fenton and Fairview Heights.
Mo. Congressman Goes to Federal Court Over the Removal of a Police PaintingClay says the painting 'makes you think' and argues it is a 1st Amendment right to have the painting on display.
Kansas City's Mayor Waiting for Meeting Governor Greitens, Mayor Slay Tells of Different ExperienceMayor Slay's Talked With Greitens Several Times
Inmate Claims Prison Officials Refused to Stop AttacksThe inmate's lawsuit filed Tuesday in U.S. District Court in St. Louis seeks $10 million.
Missouri Lawmakers Push Public Construction RestrictionsMissouri lawmakers are moving forward with proposals to end union-only contracts in public construction.

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