Nixon Supports Bill to Raise Missouri Gas Tax 1.5 Cents
Missouri Gov. Jay Nixon says he believes small increases in fuel taxes are the best way to raise money for roads and bridges.
Lawmakers Want Mizzou Professor Fired for Photographer Clash
More than 100 Republican Missouri lawmakers are calling for a University of Missouri assistant professor to be fired in response to her videotaped clash with reporters during campus protests.
Woman Dies After Deer Crashes Through Car Window in Missouri
Authorities say a woman was killed and a teenager was seriously hurt when a deer crashed through a car window in southeast Missouri.
Authorities Identify East-Central Missouri Flooding Victim
Authorities have identified a man who drowned in flooding in east-central Missouri.
Authorities Searching Floodwaters for Two Missing 18-Year-Olds
Authorities were searching floodwaters for two 18-year-olds from the central Illinois community of Taylorville.
Record Flooding Along the Meramec River
The Meramec River has crested at a record level in the partially evacuated St. Louis suburb of Valley Park, but the shored-up levees held back the waters.
Flooding Shuts Down Highways in the St. Louis Area
The St. Louis area is increasingly difficult to drive through, as floodwaters have poured over two interstate highways and hundreds of other spots on smaller roads.
Two Die in Crash on Ice-Covered North-Central Missouri Highway
Authorities say two people have died after a crash on an ice-covered highway in north-central Missouri.
Winter Storm to Bring Icy Weather, High Winds to Illinois
A winter storm is forecast to move across Illinois bringing high winds, icy precipitation and waves up to 20-feet high along the shores of Lake Michigan.
Flooding Closes Numerous Roads and Bridges in Missouri
Authorities say more than 180 Missouri roads are closed because of flooding.