Stenger Promises to Safeguard Prop P MoneyOpponents fear politicians will go wild with more money than they need for police.
Attorney General Sessions Coming to St. LouisHe plans to speak with federal, state and local law enforcement, his office says, "about efforts to combat violent crime and restore public safety."
Sen. McCaskill Asks Drugmakers About Opioid Sales PlansA Democratic senator says she is looking into whether drugmakers are contributing to an overuse of painkillers by Americans.
Chesterfield CEO Visits the White HouseThe CEO of a Chesterfield company spent time at the White House yesterday with nine other women business leaders from across the country.
House Votes to Eliminate FCC Internet ProtectionsThe protections would have banned internet service providers (ISPs) and cable companies from sharing your personal information -- like web browsing history -- without your consent.
Greitens Still Against Medicaid Eligibility ExpansionMissouri Governor Eric Greitens says he's still against expanding eligibility for Medicaid in Missouri following failed efforts in Congress to overhaul health care.
Mo. House Supports Repeal of Prevailing WageThe Missouri House has endorsed a bill to repeal the state's "prevailing wage'' requirements for public construction projects.
Tax Hike for Seniors, Disabled Renters AdvancesA panel has rejected a plan to take unused funds from various boards and commissions to save a tax break for seniors and disabled renters.
Missouri Governor Signs Change to Expert Witness VettingA move he touted as a way to boost the economy by improving the legal climate for businesses in the state.
Sen. Claire McCaskill Target of New NRA Campaign AdThe NRA has launched an ad campaign that will run in Missouri and three other states.
Bill Overturning St. Louis Abortion Ordinance AdvancesOpponents argue the bill is an example of state overreach.
New Strategy to Combat Blight in STL: Stop Demolishing, Start Rehabbing20th Ward Alderwoman Cara Spencer says some buildings can't be saved -- but it's worth an extra couple thousand dollars to maintain the city's original architecture and neighborhood density.