Mo. Congressman Goes to Federal Court Over the Removal of a Police PaintingClay says the painting 'makes you think' and argues it is a 1st Amendment right to have the painting on display.
Governor Greitens Visits Vice PresidentTwo Republicans discussed job creation as well as the effects of the Affordable Care Act
St. Louis Catholics Attend March for Life in D.C.More than 2,100 made the trip to D.C. on 38 buses organized by the St. Louis Archdiocese.
Missourians to Take Part in Inaugural Activities, Ceremonies At least a couple prominent Missourians will be playing a high profile role in Friday's Inaugural Ceremonies.
Missouri, Illinois Provide Inauguration Tickets to ConstituentsFor supporters the inauguration is a hot ticket to receive.
Officer Snyder's Widow Irate Over Controversial Police PaintingWATCH: Elizabeth Snyder's 4-minute Facebook Live video has been viewed by almost 30,000 people.
Painting of Pig in Police Uniform Restored to Capitol DisplayRep. William Lacy Clay, D-Mo., rehung the painting on Tuesday after a Republican lawmaker found it offensive and removed it.
Judy Woodruff Says Election Results Might Take All NightWoodruff says she might be up all night waiting for a succession or final tally of votes in this presidential race.
McClellans Receive 'Angels in Adoption' Award in D.C.Missouri Congressman Blaine Luetkemeyer made the nomination for their organization "Brace for Impact 46."
St. Louis Ranks No. 28 in American Fitness Index 2016Washington D.C. finished No. 1, and Indianapolis was the worst on the list at No. 50.
Worker at Lambert Charged with Stealing from Blind WomanAllegedly took $800 from bag while she was in restroom.
TIAM Saturday January 23rdHistoric snow to our south and east, "Newsies" and birthdays.