Missouri Court Upholds Limits on Cellphone Tower RegulationsThe Missouri Municipal League successfully challenged those laws in 2013, when a judge found procedural violations in the way they were passed.
Man in Prison for Wife's Killing Arraigned on Federal ChargeThe federal count is punishable by up to life in prison.
"Ferguson Collaborative" Lays Out Consent Decree DemandsSay public involvement is crucial to making the consent decree "worth more than the paper it's written on."
Nixon Pushing Back on Newly Passed Tax BreaksThe biggest disagreement between Nixon and legislative researchers is over an income tax deduction for federal agricultural disaster payments.
Manhunt Ends for Convicted Felon in Osage BeachThe Osage Beach Police Department was made aware that Timothy Ray Bunch was walking alongside of Osage Beach Parkway.
Appeals Court Considers Missouri's Lethal Injection ProtocolAn attorney representing four state residents argued before a panel that a judge incorrectly dismissed a lawsuit challenging the state's procedures for obtaining the drugs it uses to perform executions.
Ex-Officer's Murder Charge in St. Louis Raises QuestionsThe police chief at the time, Dan Isom, says his investigators gave Joyce's office evidence years ago.
Missouri House Speaker Proud of First Legislative SessionTodd Richardson hopes a new bill to give businesses "religious freedom" another go next year.
Man Pleads Guilty in Missouri Sex-Trafficking CaseThirty-five-year-old Kenyata D. Miles pleaded guilty Monday in Jefferson City to a felony count of attempted sex trafficking.
Joplin Recovery Effort Distributes Last of FundingMoney from the fund has gone toward a new medical school and for home rebuilding and repair.
TransCanada to Replace Some Sections of Keystone PipelineThe 30-inch pipeline first went into operation in June 2010.
Assistant Coach at Drury University Accused of RapeDrury spokesman Mike Brothers also confirmed to the newspaper that the alleged victim is a Drury student.