A recent decline in Missouri’s casino revenues is raising questions among lawmakers about the extent to which the state can continue to rely on gambling revenue.
A southeast Missouri woman has been sentenced to 15 years in prison for killing a St. Louis man, using a hammer and a hatchet as the weapons.
Reining in the expensive Missouri school transfer law could see some changes coming from the state legislature this year.
Next time you’re sitting in traffic, tell yourself it could be a whole lot worse.
A former employee of Kansas City’s downtown entertainment district alleges in a lawsuit that the district’s owners and others created disturbances so they could eject black patrons from the area.
Students living on college campuses could be required to get vaccinated against bacterial meningitis under legislation endorsed by a Missouri Senate committee.
The Missouri Department of Transportation is closing a section of Interstate 64 in St. Louis for the weekend to tear down bridges as part of a project to construct a new interchange.
The United States Navy could be looking to buy some more St. Louis-made fighter jets keeping the production line here operating beyond 2016.
A St. Louis County jury has convicted Brian Cannon Jr. with shooting and paralyzing a Florissant police officer in May of 2012.
Two people are being treated for minor injuries in St. Louis after the car they were in slammed into a parked sport utility vehicle, causing the SUV to ram into a house.