Ethics reform was a major topic of discussion at the State Capitol Thursday.
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The year 2015 ended with an 11.4 percent increase in fatalities on Missouri roads.
UPDATE: Bourbon Missouri Police say missing boy safely found Wednesday afternoon. The non-custodial father was taken into custody by police.
Area legislators have weighed in on two gun bills that will come up in the legislative session, which started Wednesday.
Lake Ozark, Mo. (January 5, 2016) – In response to The Army Corps of Engineers discharging water at Truman Dam that has been held since the he…
Lobbying, a German Heritage Corridor and voter photo ID are among the topics in bills proposed by area legislators for the upcoming session.
People who suspect abuse, neglect or financial exploitation of the elderly and disabled can make a report to a state hotline.
The issue of legalizing medical marijuana in Missouri will come up again in the legislative session, which starts in January.
Missouri Chief Justice Patricia Breckenridge recently recognized Judge David L. Hoven for participation in the judicial transfer and partnersh…
FORT WORTH, Texas (AP) — A former Missouri police officer must serve 20 years in federal prison in a Texas child pornography case.
The National Weather Service in St. Louis has issued a
MACON, Mo. (AP) — A north-central Missouri sheriff's office says prepaid, disposable cellphones that were purchased in bulk aren't thought to …
KANSAS CITY, Mo. (AP) — The list of Missouri cities where police have alerted the FBI of suspicious bulk purchases of prepaid, disposable cell…
Brett Hoch, an instructor in the Washington School District, has been elected president-elect for the MSTA (Missouri State Teachers Associatio…