Sen. Chappelle-Nadal Loses Duties After Trump Assassination RemarkRepublican and Democratic state Senate leaders on Tuesday rescinded all of the committee assignments of Democratic Sen. Maria Chappelle-Nadal. She had been a member of nine legislative committees.
Missouri Education Commissioner to ResignMissouri Education Commissioner Chris Nicastro said Monday that she plans to resign later this year, ending a tenure during which she repeatedly came under criticism as the state adopted new school accreditation standards and dealt with struggling districts.
Ferguson Lawmaker Calls Governor 'Coward' A state senator representing parts of Ferguson called Missouri Gov. Jay Nixon a "coward" for his response to the fatal shooting of a black man and the protests that followed.
Records: Gov. Nixon Kept Routine After Ferguson ShootingCopies of Nixon's daily schedule show that the governor continued to go about his routine business for several days after the shooting in Ferguson.
Credibility Concerns in Michael Brown InvestigationMissouri authorities leading the investigation into the police shooting death of Michael Brown are increasingly facing questions about whether their eventual findings can be seen as credible.
Missouri Voters May Fortify Digital Privacy RightsThe Aug. 5 ballot measure known as Amendment 9 would require police to obtain a warrant before searching or seizing "electronic communications and data."
Action Stalls on Mo. Gubernatorial Election ChangeA proposed amendment that would require candidates for governor and lieutenant governor to run as a ticket.
Missouri Tax Credits on the Chopping BlockFour bills were presented to the committee that would pear down tax credits in Missouri