Multiple Bodies Identified in St. Louis-Area, 1 Person Missing Since 2014Both were discovered earlier this month, one body was found near Cahokia and the other was uncovered in Franklin County.
Missouri Judge Says State Knowingly Violated Sunshine LawThe American Civil Liberties Union of Missouri announced the ruling in its favor Monday.
Muslim Effort to Aid Missouri Jewish Cemetery Tops $136,000Organizers say they will use some of the money for a Philadelphia cemetery where similar vandalism occurred.
Missouri Public Defenders Seek More Money from LawmakersThis year's budget included a $4.5 million increase for the public defenders system.
Missouri Lieutenant Governor Office Renovations Top $50,000The office hasn't been updated since former Lt. Gov. Peter Kinder took office in 2005.
Measure Allowing Travelers to Drink at Airport Gates Moves ForwardThe measure would allow drinks from bars and restaurants to be finished elsewhere in the airport.
Greitens Appoints 2 Former Senators to Tax CommitteeGov. Eric Greitens has appointed two former Missouri senators and the new Department of Revenue director to a committee tasked with recommending changes to Missouri's tax system.
Greitens Wants to Use Tobacco Money to Reverse Medicaid CutsWants to use some of the money from Missouri's settlement with tobacco companies to restore most of the budget cuts he'd proposed for in-home services.
Chris Hrabe's High School Spotlight: Kirkwood's Lauryn MillerKirkwood looks to return to the Missouri state final this year, with the help of its UCLA-bound senior forward.
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