Two Mid-Missouri lawmakers want the Legislature — not the federal government — to define who owns and controls water and the nearby land in the state.
If Missouri lawmakers approve, all Show-Me State students will have to pass a civics test in order to graduate from high school or get a GED, starting Jan. 1, 2016.
Osage Industries of Linn and 380 Missouri auto dealers sue over Revenue department's granting dealer license to electric car maker.
Temporary restraining order effective only 15 days from Nov. 25
More than 24 representatives of Missouri business and agriculture groups met Thursday morning at the Missouri Farm Bureau headquarters, to discuss ways to get the federal Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) to stop trying to expand its authority over water resources.
Disciplinary counsel wants Supreme Court to punish Trapp
Sam Trapp’s law license should be suspended indefinitely — at least for six months — for sloppy accounting practices and, at least in one case, misappropriating property of a client’s mother, Deputy Chief Disciplinary Counsel Sam Phillips told the Missouri Supreme Court last week.
Leporin, then 28, had two previous DWIs at time of wrong-way, head-on collision on U.S. 54 at the Missouri 179 interchange, in wreck that killed Chelsea Fredrickson, 19, Camdenton.
Jefferson City police are trying to find a missing man. Christopher Cray, 23, has been missing 16 days.
Missouri's Sunshine Law requires the state Corrections department to release information about its executions, a new, nine-page lawsuit claims.
Will go into effect Jan. 1, 2017
Gov. Jay Nixon “is not going to veto” the massive bill revising and updating Missouri’s criminal code, state Sen. Jolie Justus told members of the Missouri Bar Friday.