Missouri Legislature Moves Up Right-To-Work Election
The Missouri Legislature has moved the public vote on whether to ban mandatory union fees from November to August.
Missouri House Votes to Set 16 as Minimum Age for Marriage
Missouri lawmakers are moving to end the state's status as the easiest place in the country for a 15-year-old to be married.
Missouri Governor Greitens Vows He Won’t Quit Amid Allegations
Drawing on his Navy SEAL training, Missouri Gov. Eric Greitens asserted Thursday that he will not quit or back down despite a criminal charge and potential impeachment proceedings
Missouri Legislature Approves Drug Treatment Pilot Program
The Missouri Legislature has approved a bill aimed at directing more people away from prisons and toward treatment programs.
Former YMCA Employee Sentenced in Missouri Child Porn Case
Prosecutors say a former YMCA employee in Missouri has been sentenced for receiving and distributing child pornography over the internet.
Missouri Developer Sentenced in Large Fraud of Sedalia Bank
A St. Louis-area developer who along with a former banker defrauded a Sedalia bank out of millions of dollars has been sentenced to three years in jail.
Police Arrest 88 in Missouri Nonviolent Protest on Poverty
Nearly 90 people have been arrested in Missouri's capital as part of a nonviolent protest against poverty, racism and other issues.
Prosecutors Say Missouri Man Sold Firearms to Felon
A man who supervises custodians at the federal courthouse in Jefferson City is facing charges of illegally selling firearms to felons.
Missouri Governor No Longer Facing Sex-Related Charge
Missouri Gov. Eric Greitens declared victory as prosecutors abruptly dropped a felony invasion-of-privacy charge.
Northwest Missouri Prison Disturbance Under Investigation
Authorities are investigating a weekend disturbance at a northwest Missouri prison.