Missouri Expungement Fees Could Violate State ConstitutionA report by the state auditor cautions that the 2016 law could surpass constitutional limits on lawmakers raising taxes or fees without a public vote.
Jose Cuervo Throwing Cinco de Mayo Party in Mexico, MissouriTequila company Jose Cuervo is playing off the notion that the holiday is largely overlooked south of the border by throwing a party in the small Missouri town.
Rauner: Expanding Abortion Coverage Too ControversialRauner supports existing law, which provides coverage in cases of rape, incest and for health and life of the mother.
Chris Hrabe's High School Spotlight: Nate Rainge, Wheelchair AthleteHe is a six-time Illinois State track and field champion, and he has earned a college scholarship for wheelchair basketball.
Plan to End Tax Break for Missouri Seniors, Disabled StallsRepublican Chairman Dan Brown said raising taxes on low-income seniors and disabled renters would have brought in between $52 million and $56 million in revenue.
Gov. Greitens Allows Religious Groups to Receive State GrantsGov. Eric Greitens is reversing a state policy preventing religious organizations and schools from receiving grant money
Rauner: Stopping State-Worker Paychecks Would Hurt FamiliesThe Republican governor filed an appellate-court brief Friday arguing that Democrat Madigan should have acted sooner.
Chris Hrabe's High School Spotlight: Mehlville Girls WrestlingThese girls 'took the challenge' and are thanking their dedicated head coach and welcoming male teammates.
Illinois School Districts File Suit Against State for FundingSeventeen Illinois school districts claim in a lawsuit that the state has failed to adequately fund public education.
Missouri Auditor Says State Struggles With Handling of Federal MoneyAuditor Nicole Galloway says nearly $1 million was given out to residents, without proper documentation.
VIDEO: Cuonzo Martin on Mizzou-Illini Rivalry, Possible Games Against Kansas, SLUMizzou's new head coach was in studio Tuesday talking about his plans for the Tiger's Men's Basketball team.
Missouri House Advances Plan for $242M in Extra SpendingAbout $45 million would come from state general revenue, with the rest coming from federal and other funds.