Some Missouri business leaders are forming a coalition against a proposal that would protect some businesses that object to same-sex marriage on religious grounds.
State job applications won’t ask about criminal pasts
ST. LOUIS (AP) — Missouri is removing questions about a job candidate’s criminal history from initial applications for work within state government, even as a legislative effort to also “ban the box” in the private sector stalls.
Rose Whitrock’s daughter Gina was murdered during a home invasion on Oct. 5, 2009. Two men forced their way into Rose’s house in St. Louis, fatally shooting her daughter and wounding her son.
June 15 is the deadline for CBIZ Human Capital Services to complete its work and submit its report on how Missouri state employees’ salaries and benefits compare with others.
List of Missouri water systems with high lead levels
Here are the 14 Missouri water systems with lead level samples that have exceeded the 15 parts per billion federal standard based on data provided by the Environmental Protection Agency's Safe Drinking Water Information System.
Missouri House members this week took action to be among the first states to pass laws protecting daily fantasy sports, a business that has fallen under national scrutiny by state lawmakers and attorneys general.
University of Missouri graduate student workers are planning a vote on whether to unionize.
A new mammogram van is scheduled to visit various Missouri counties this year to give breast cancer screenings.
Plus more money for LU and State Tech
The Senate-passed version of Missouri’s 2016-17 state budget includes a pay raise for all state employees.
A Missouri lawmaker who works as an Uber driver was among House members who voted Thursday to pass proposed statewide regulations for ride-hailing companies, which supporters say will spur competition and create jobs.
More money would go to public schools, universities and scholarships under a budget plan the Missouri Senate passed Thursday that would also cut state funding for Planned Parenthood.
Fantasy sports could continue in Missouri without facing gambling regulations under a bill advancing in the state Legislature.
Motorcyclists who are 21 and older could ride without wearing a helmet in some cases under a bill heading to the Missouri Senate.
The University of Missouri has seen grades steadily rise, like most colleges and universities across the nation.
A proposal to censure a Planned Parenthood official is advancing to the floor of the Missouri Senate.