Two measures requiring a photo ID to vote are heading to the floor of the Missouri House of Representatives.
The University of Missouri's Board of Curators has decided to have a mostly closed search for the university system's next president.
Missouri lawmakers are considering changes to state IDs as federal officials warn the state’s drivers’ licenses won’t be acceptable at some federal buildings and eventually for traveling on airplanes.
Fewer freshmen are applying to enroll at the University of Missouri this fall than last fall after race protests roiled the Columbia campus, according to an internal email from the university's director of enrollment.
NFL owners voted Tuesday night to allow the St. Louis Rams to move to a new stadium just outside Los Angeles, and the San Diego Chargers will have an option to share the facility.
Missouri is getting an initial $1 million in federal funding to help repair roads and bridges damaged by flooding.
A task force at the University of Missouri is recommending making improvements for graduate students, including higher pay.
The Missouri National Guard says more than 600 of its troops are returning home after responding to flooding, although a small number will continue helping.
Ameren Missouri customers soon likely will pay about $7 less on their monthly bill.
An audit of the Missouri secretary of state's office shows $120,000 went to the wrong fund and there wasn't adequate oversight of raises.
U.S. Sen. Claire McCaskill of Missouri is calling for tax relief for areas of the state hit by winter flooding.
Jordan Frericks had 11 points and a key block with seven seconds left and No. 20 Missouri made four free throws in the final four seconds to defeat Georgia 54-48 Thursday night.
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Macy's plans to close a store in Columbia that employs 81 people and a call center in Bridgeton that employs 750 people.
Missouri Gov. Jay Nixon says he believes small increases in fuel taxes are the best way to raise money for roads and bridges.
Veronica Tate knew from the stench that sewage was among the 8 feet of water that swamped the basement of her ranch-style home after the nearby Meramec River overflowed.
The worst of the dangerous, deadly winter flood is over in the St. Louis area, leaving residents of several water-logged communities to spend the first day of 2016 assessing damage, cleaning up and figuring out how to bounce back — or in some cases, where to live.
A rare winter flood threatened nearly two dozen federal levees in Missouri and Illinois on Wednesday as rivers rose, prompting evacuations in several places.
Five international soldiers who were on holiday leave during a temporary assignment at Fort Leonard Wood drowned when their car went off a dark, rural highway in southwest Missouri.
A rare winter flood shut down portions of two interstates on Tuesday, threatened hundreds of homes and caused sewage to flow unfiltered into waterways.
A federal judge on Monday blocked the state of Missouri from revoking the abortion license of a Planned Parenthood Clinic in Columbia, saying the state had treated the clinic more harshly than similar institutions and had moved to withdraw the license because of political pressure from some state lawmakers.
Advocates are gathering petitions for more proposed ballot issues than ever before in Missouri and voters could see a record number of ballot proposals next year, which may be an indication of the public’s deep dissatisfaction with political leaders, one expert said.
Exemption from Real ID requirements end Jan. 10
Missouri residents soon will not be able to use their state driver’s licenses as identification to get into most federal facilities, making it at least the fourth state to lose a federal exemption from complying with national proof-of-identity requirements.
University of Missouri students are working to establish a Latina sorority at the university.
Missouri's population growth is lagging behind the national rate.
The man wanted in connection with a stabbing Monday in the Holts Summit area has been arrested.
Democratic Gov. Jay Nixon plans to appoint his policy director to serve as a circuit court judge in central Missouri.
The Federal Communications Commission agreed Thursday to take additional steps to slash how much can be charged for phone calls made from jails and prisons.
Homeland Security Secretary Jeh Johnson says thousands of eventually U.S.-bound Syrian refugees will be screened "carefully" to ensure that Islamic terrorists haven't infiltrated them.
Missouri Gov. Jay Nixon on Thursday declared a state of emergency as heavy rain continues to cause flash flooding and flooding across the state.
Missouri Gov. Jay Nixon and other officials have broken ground on a new maximum security state mental hospital.
A central Missouri woman told police that her boyfriend held her captive in their home, sometimes confining her in a wooden box.
Most Ameren Missouri customers will face higher bills while the electric utility’s largest customer will get a lower rate that it has long sought under a decision Wednesday by the state’s Public Service Commission.
A more than $8 billion budget to guide Missouri’s spending on social services narrowly passed the Senate early Wednesday morning after lawmakers initially defeated the measure.
The embattled chairman of the Missouri Republican Party gained some support Monday as police said law officers have no evidence of an anti-Semitic whispering campaign against a state auditor who killed himself, and a prominent GOP donor revised his recollection of hearing negative remarks about the auditor.
Missouri senators have passed a bill to use $200 million in bonds for repairs to state buildings and some new construction.
Missouri Auditor Tom Schweich, who had recently launched a Republican campaign for governor, fatally shot himself Thursday in what police described as an “apparent suicide,” minutes after inviting reporters to his suburban St. Louis home for an interview.
The Federal Communications Commission has agreed to impose strict new regulations on Internet service providers like Comcast, Verizon and AT&T.
Missouri paid $1.5 million for services for young children that were never provided and has insufficient oversight of several early childhood programs, according to an audit released Tuesday.
A former branch manager of a central Missouri title company will serve two years and six months without parole for mortgage fraud and embezzlement.
Some Ameren Missouri energy customers soon will pay a few dollars more a month for an energy efficiency incentive.
The Missouri State Board of Education this week moved forward with plans to test schoolchildren using national Common Core educational standards, approving a new minimum standardized test score that will be used to determine students' proficiency.
The speed limit on portions of Interstate I-70 in Columbia is dropping to 60 mph.
Nearly 900,000 people who paid fines for red-light camera tickets in Missouri can apply for partial refunds under a proposed settlement of a class action lawsuit.
A new judge will hear the case against a mid-Missouri county prosecutor charged with drunken driving in an accident that injured four people when he reportedly backed his truck into a Columbia bar.
Missouri has selected a new education commissioner who is pledging to build relationships and focus on students as the department moves on from the resignation of a leader who faced frequent criticism while dealing with struggling districts.
State's education department has a new leader
A new Missouri education commissioner has been chosen to replace a leader who faced frequent criticism while dealing with struggling districts.
A Missouri inmate convicted of sexually abusing an underage girl in 2002 is charged with murder in the disappearance of a woman a year earlier, who prosecutors believe was killed when she caught him sexually assaulting the child and intervened.
All senior U.S. officials and CIA agents who authorized or carried out torture like waterboarding as part of former President George W. Bush’s national security policy must be prosecuted, top U.N. officials said Wednesday.
Missouri seniors could be eating more fresh produce if a proposed bill gets lawmaker support.