Lawsuit Filed by Man Arrested For Flag Burning, Posting Photos to FacebookHe said he carefully planned his demonstration to protest racial discrimination, poverty and other injustices, and then posted six photographs of his actions on Facebook.
Nixon Vows to Veto Sweeping Missouri Gun Rights BillNixon had received more than 4,000 emails, faxes, letters, mail-ins and electronic petitions concerning the bill.
Missouri House Speaker Proud of First Legislative SessionTodd Richardson hopes a new bill to give businesses "religious freedom" another go next year.
VIDEO: Mizzou Mass Media Prof Calls for 'Muscle' Against Media"Hey who wants to help me get this reporter out of here? I need some muscle over here!" Melissa Click, an assistant professor of mass media at Mizzou, can be heard shouting on the video.
Pope Francis to Address U.S. Congress at 9 a.m.CNN correspondent John Allen says Pope Francis is making a point to not serve one political party in particular.
Mo. Supreme Court Keeps Farming, Gun Rights MeasuresMissouri's Supreme Court has upheld two constitutional amendments guaranteeing the right to farm and the right to bear arms.
Mo. House Passes Expansion of the Castle DoctrineA guest on someone's private property could soon have legal rights to use deadly force if the property owner gives consent.
AAA: Look For Fuel Prices To Keep DroppingCrude oil, which accounts for 2/3 of fuel price, now below $80/gallon.
Gas Prices Down, Experts Don't Anticipate It Lasting Gas prices have fallen nearly 20-cents per gallon locally over the last week.
Gas Prices Trending Lower As Memorial Day ApproachesAAA: As crude prices drop, motorists finally get a break at the pump.
MO Gov. Calls Right-to-Work Proposal "A Step Backward"Gov. Nixon opposes 'right-to-work' for Missouri.
Mo. Senate Committee Considers Union LegislationCampaign to transform Mo. into "right-to-work" state underway.