Paid Parental Leave Considered for State Workers in Missouri
Missouri lawmakers are pushing to give all state workers paid parental leave after Republican Gov. Eric Greitens signed an order providing the benefit to some executive branch employees.
Four Kansas City Residents Face Kidnapping, Gun Charges
Two brothers and two others from Kansas City, Missouri, are accused of abducting two people.
Man Acquitted in St. Louis-area Retired Firefighter’s Death
A man charged with murdering a retired firefighter in suburban St. Louis has been acquitted.
MoPub Approves Ameren’s Rate Hike
The Missouri Public Service Commission has approved an agreement to increase Ameren Missouri's annual electric operating revenues by about $92 million.
New Nonprofit to Accept Unlimited Donations for Greitens
A newly formed nonprofit will be able to advocate for Gov. Eric Greitens and his agenda while accepting unlimited donations and without having to disclose who is making the contributions.
Classes Resume at Wichita State Building After Mercury Spill
Classes resumed at Wallace Hall on the Wichita State University campus after a mercury spill closed it on Monday.
Cole County Judge to Hear Sunshine Law Case Against MUSTANG Drug Task Force
On Friday morning at 9 a.m. Judge Patricia Joyce will hear evidence in Malin v. MUSTANG Task Force, et al. (Case No. 15AC-CC00227), a case that will test the extent to which law enforcement officials may claim ignorance as an excuse for violating the state’s public records laws.
Police Investigate 2 Fatalities on Ferguson Street
Police are investigating after two men were found fatally shot Monday night in separate sedans left running after they were hit by gunfire.
St. Louis Drug Monitoring Program to Start in April
Some of Missouri's biggest cities and counties have banded together to do what the state won't: track the prescription and sale of opioids.
Monday’s Severe Weather Had Wide-ranging Impact
Forecasters say a massive, late-winter storm system spawned tornadoes, baseball-sized hail and damaging winds in an area stretching from Oklahoma to Wisconsin.