Anti-abortion Group Urges Pro-GOP Missouri Congressional Map
Missouri's largest anti-abortion group is pressing state lawmakers to aggressively redraw the state's congressional districts to favor Republicans.
After Pardon From Governor, McCloskeys Want Their Guns Back
Mark McCloskey's lawsuit says a subsequent pardon from Republican Gov. Mike Parson means they should get their weapons back.
Schools React With Various COVID-19 Rules As Classes Resume
Stephens College, a private women's college in Columbia, will offer only remote classes for the first two weeks of the semester.
Fatal New Year’s Eve Shooting Reported In Kansas City
Kansas City police are investigating a New Year’s Eve shooting that left one woman dead.
Prosecutors Say Man Killed Another After Argument Friday
A 23-year-old man has been charged with killing another man after an argument over who had the faster vehicle.
Four People Wounded By Stray New Year’s Gunfire In St. Louis
The number of shootings reported between 5 p.m. Friday and 2 a.m. Saturday increased this year over previous years.
First Lady’s Involvement Questioned in Operation of Mansion
The St. Louis Post-Dispatch reports that St. Louis architect Marion Smith raised her concerns about Teresa Parson
Greitens’ Comeback Bid Has Some In GOP On Edge
Former Missouri Gov. Eric Greitens is banking on Republican voters forgiving his past indiscretions when they choose a Senate nominee next August.
Ameren to Close Coal Plant Rather Than Make Mandated Changes
The St. Louis-based electric utility Ameren Corp. says in a court filing that it will close a Missouri coal plant several years early
Worker Says She Risked Discipline If She Left Job Amid Storm
An employee of the Kentucky candle factory says a supervisor threatened her with written disciplinary action if she went home early.