Missouri Ex-House Speaker Fined $47K For Alleged Campaign Finance Violations
The Missouri Ethics Commission, which handles ethics violations by politicians, said it uncovered the alleged misconduct during an audit of Republican John Diehl's campaign last year.
Jury Recommends More Than 50 years In Prison For Missouri Mom Whose Two Children Died In Hot Car
A Clay County jury found Jenna Boedecker guilty on Friday of two counts of second-degree murder.
Parson to Announce Gardner’s Replacement
Governor Parson will hold a press conference outside the City of St. Louis Circuit Attorney's Office at Carnahan Courthouse in St. Louis today at 11 to announce who he has appointed to be the next City of St. Louis Circuit Attorney.
Prosecutor in Ralph Yarl Case says Legal Precedent Favors Keeping Court Records Open
A Missouri prosecutor is asking a judge to carefully consider the public's right to information while determining whether to seal court records in the case of Andrew Lester.
Glendale Teacher Who Used Racial Slur Resigns; Student Who Taped Him Suspended
A Missouri high school teacher who was videotaped repeatedly using a racial slur in class has resigned from the district, while the student who took the video finishes serving a school suspension.
Missouri Terminates Emergency Rule To Limit Trans Care For Minors, Some Adults
The rule pushed by Attorney General Andrew Bailey would have required adults and children to undergo more than a year of therapy
Shawnee’s Ban On Having More Than Three Roommates Challenged In Court
The rule that Shawnee passed last year prohibits more than three unrelated people from living together in a single residence.
Trump appearing at CNN town hall after sex assault verdict
The stakes raised considerably Tuesday after jurors in New York found Trump had sexually abused and defamed E. Jean Carroll,
AP Sources: US Rep. George Santos Facing Federal Charges
The New York Republican has admitted to lying about having Jewish ancestry, a Wall Street background, college degrees and a history as a star volleyball player
Missouri Lawmakers Send Parson $2.8B to Expand I-70
Missouri's Interstate 70 will be expanded to three lanes across the state as part of a roughly $50 billion state budget approved Friday by lawmakers.