Missouri Senators Consider Banning Abortions at 8 Weeks
Missouri senators are considering banning abortions at eight weeks of pregnancy.
Missouri Lawmakers OK State Aid for St. Louis Blues Arena
The home of the St. Louis Blues could receive $70 million in state subsidies over two decades to help pay for renovations.
GOP Redistricting Plan Stalls in Missouri after Missed Vote
A Republican proposal to change a new constitutional amendment on redistricting has stalled in a Senate committee after not enough Republicans showed up to support it.
FCC Authorizes $22 Million for Broadband in Rural Missouri
The federal government has approved spending $22.4 million during the next decade to expand broadband access in rural Missouri.
Missouri Man Charged with Killing, Dismembering a Kansas Man
A Kansas City, Missouri, man has been charged with fatally shooting another man, dismembering his body and then setting the remains on fire.
Missouri Passes Parental Rights in Do-Not-Resuscitate Cases
Missouri lawmakers have passed a bill that could give parents and guardians greater rights in end-of-life decisions involving children.
Missouri Lawmakers Vote to Ease Prison and Jail Sentences
Missouri lawmakers have passed a measure that could ease the number of people in local jails and state prisons.
Stamp to Honor WWII Battleship Where Japan Surrendered
The U.S. Postal Service will issue a stamp honoring the famous World War II battleship the USS Missouri that was the site of Japan’s unconditional surrender on Sept. 2, 1945, in Tokyo Bay.
2 Still Hospitalized after Bus Crash Involving School Team
Two drivers who were injured when a Missouri high school girls soccer team collided with another vehicle remain hospitalized but all team members have been released from the hospital.
County Whose Deputy was Charged with Sex Crime Settles
A southeast Missouri county has paid $175,000 to a father after a deputy who had been fired from two previous policing jobs was charged with having sexual contact with a teenager in a patrol car.