Missouri Lawmakers Pass Bill To Cut Income Taxes
Missouri lawmakers on Thursday gave final approval to an income tax cut that Gov. Mike Parson requested and ditched a last-minute proposal to cut corporate taxes.
33 States Exempt Clergy From Reporting Abuse
Thirty-three states exempt clergy from laws requiring professionals such as teachers and doctors to report information about alleged child abuse to police.
Missouri Judge Weighing Lawsuits Over Photo ID Law
Attorneys argued in court Friday over two lawsuits challenging a new Missouri law on voter photo ID.
‘Beyond Meat’ Executive Charged With Biting Man In Fight
Doug Ramsey was also charged with making a terroristic threat after the attack Saturday in a parking garage outside a University of Arkansas football game.
GOP Candidate Schmitt a No-show at Senate Debate at LOTO
Schmitt, Missouri's 47-year-old attorney general, is the first major party candidate for U.S. Senate or governor to decline to participate
Businesses, White House Plan For Possible Rail Strike Friday
Business and government officials are bracing for the possibility of a nationwide rail strike at the end of this week
Former Chiefs Assistant Coach Reid Pleads Guilty In Crash
Former KC Chiefs assistant coach Britt Reid pleaded guilty Monday to felony driving while intoxicated resulting in serious physical injury.
St. Louis Police Shoot, Kill 16-year-old They Say Had A Gun
St. Louis police officers fatally shot a 16-year-old who was reaching for a gun.
Missouri Boarding School Can Remain Open, With Oversight
A Christian boarding school in southwestern Missouri can remain open despite the state attorney general alleging a dark pattern of behavior.
Hearing To Determine If Missouri Boarding School Will Close
Cedar County Circuit Judge David Munton signed an order Wednesday night to close Agape Boarding School in Stockton