Bishops John Gaydos of the Jefferson City Diocese, James V. Johnston Jr. of Kansas City-St. Joseph, Thomas E. Reidy of Springfield-Cape Girardeau and Archbishop Robert J. Carlson of St. Louis expressed their "solidarity with all those terrorized by ISIS and other violent extremists."
Republicans say Nixon should block Syrian refugees without federal security clearances; Governor agrees state's security is vital.
Gov. Jay Nixon issued an executive order to close state offices.
Patrick McKenna will start Dec. 7.
Sgt. Randy Henry, a 29-year veteran of the state Water and Highway patrols, has retired. Henry had challenged the Patrol's plan to discipline him for "misconduct," based on a complaint from Osage County Prosecutor Amanda Grellner.
Missouri Attorney General Chris Koster’s office filed a federal lawsuit Thursday charging the Automated Professional Marketing LLC and Safety Publications companies of Illinois with violating state and federal laws,when their employees called numerous Missouri residents who already were on the state’s No-Call list, or who asked the company not to call again.
The owner of Puff N Snuff LLC, with locations in Camdenton and Eldon, pleaded guilty Wednesday to his role in a money-laundering conspiracy related to the distribution of synthetic marijuana, commonly known as "K2."
Cole County Presiding Circuit Judge Pat Joyce ordered Aaron Fisher’s release last Friday because “the State has failed to bring (him) to trial without any reason,” she said in a four-page written order released Tuesday.
Cole County Judge Pat Joyce, as special judge, ruled defendant didn’t get a ‘speedy’ trial
Miller County Prosecutor Ben Winfrey already is working on his appeal of last Friday’s decision to end the criminal case against a Brumley man charged with sodomy of a 5-month-old girl in 2009.
Missouri Highway Patrol Sgt. Randy Henry’s disciplinary hearing won’t happen next week as scheduled and no new hearing dates have been set.