House and Senate Pursue Spending Deals as Shutdown Looms
A short-term spending measure in the House and a budget pact evolving in the Senate make it less likely the federal government will shut down Thursday night
Report Suggests Improvements for Missouri Veterans Homes
A new report says veterans homes in Missouri should adopt measures encouraging staff to report problems related to resident care.
Missouri Woman Finds Neighbor’s Dog Riding Pony
A dog riding a one-eyed pony into the night is a surely a spectacle that needs video proof. A Missouri woman made sure to get exactly that.
Attorney: Grand Jury Investigating Missouri Governor Affair
The man whose then-wife had an affair with Gov. Eric Greitens has been subpoenaed to testify before a St. Louis grand jury, the man's attorney said Monday.
Handlers: Punxsutawney Phil Sees 6 More Weeks of Winter
Pennsylvania's most famous groundhog foresees no early end to winter.
Missouri Universities Struggle to find areas to Cut
Presidents and fiscal officers from Missouri are warning lawmakers that any more higher education cuts in the state budget could result in more layoffs.
Top Missouri Senate Republicans Question Greitens’ Tax Plan
Two Missouri Senate Republican leaders are raising concerns about fellow GOP Gov. Eric Greitens' tax proposa
The Latest: NKorean Athletes Arrive in SKorea for Olympics
North Korean skiers and skaters have arrived at a South Korean airport to participate in the Winter Olympics.
GOP Lawmakers Put Medical Skills to Work After Train Crash
Republican members of Congress with medical experience put their skills to work after a train carrying dozens of them crashed into a garbage truck in Virginia
Hawley Sees Link to Sexual Revolution, Sex Trafficking
Missouri Attorney General Josh Hawley is drawing attention after a report that he told a gathering of pastors last month that sex trafficking is linked.