The six-judge panel charged with drawing new House and Senate district boundaries for the Missouri Legislature on Friday filed a revised Senate plan with Secretary of State Robin Carnahan, replacing the map released Nov. 30.
Deputy: Coach 'drunker than Cooter Brown'
University of Missouri football coach Gary Pinkel pleaded guilty Friday morning to a driving while intoxicated charge in Boone County Circuit Court.
A federal judge is considering whether to bar a central Missouri school district from using Internet filtering software that prevents automatic access to some websites with information about gay, lesbian and transgender issues.
JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. (AP) — A Missouri judge has blocked a law from taking effect Sunday that would have prohibited teachers from using social networking sites such as Facebook to carry on private conversations with students.
Cole County Circuit Judge Dan Green ruled late Friday afternoon he can’t release Ryan Ferguson from prison on Ferguson’s claim the jury selection violated state law because a trial court can’t hear an issue already decided by a higher court.
Bill Ferguson of Columbia told reporters Tuesday afternoon he was pleased with the arguments Cole County Circuit Judge Dan Green had just heard — even though Green made no ruling to let Ferguson’s son, Ryan, out of prison.
The head of the International Atomic Energy Agency on Tuesday urged a worldwide safety review...
Continuing rains in Montana and the Dakotas — on top of an already record-level snowpack this past winter — means the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers may have to release even more water through the Upper Missouri River dams before the year is over, Brig. Gen. John McMahon said during a Jefferson City meeting Monday morning.
Just five weeks after it was introduced to the public and the six-member Missouri Highways and Transportation Commission, commissioners on Wednesday unanimously approved a proposal to “right-size” the state Transportation Department.
The National Weather Service says it has confirmed tornadoes touched down in the Sedalia and another near Climax Springs in central Missouri.
Rescue crews dug through piles of splintered houses and crushed cars Monday in a search for victims of a half-mile-wide tornado that killed at least 116 people when it blasted much of this Missouri town off the map and slammed straight into its hospital.
State senators may get to debate freshman Rep. Mike Bernskoetter’s proposal for an in-depth study of state employee salaries.
The Missouri Department of Transportation announced today its plan to close three district offices, as well as cut 1,200 positions by December 2012.
A southeast Missouri man is accused of throwing a shake-and-bake meth lab at a deputy, causing a fire that torched a trailer.
Gov. Jay Nixon is to appoint commissioners Friday to redraw Missouri's state House and Senate districts based on the 2010 census.