Former U.S. Sen. Claire McCaskill and future challenger Lucas Kunce slam Hawley for wagering barbecue from a Kansas, not Missouri, restaurant.
Currently, the program offers security training resources for teachers or administrators who want to carry a firearm in school in a security capacity.
Officers held an end-of-watch ceremony and police escort for a 6-year-old police dog who was euthanized Tuesday afternoon.
The mural showing Clydesdales pulling an old beer wagon that has towered over Interstate 55 for decades is coming down. And then it is going back up again.
Scharf, former policy director for Missouri Gov. Eric Greitens, Scharf will face newly appointed Attorney General Andrew Bailey in the August 2024 GOP primary
A Republican said the bills were to ensure fairness, and a Democrat said the legislation was meant to divide Missourians.
Regional leader plans "holistic" approach, which just might work if politicians think long term.
St. Louis County Prosecuting Attorney Wesley Bell wrote a letter to the Supreme Court in support of the request to postpone the execution.
A bipartisan working group appointed by House Speaker Dean Plocher unanimously recommended legislation to prevent minors from carrying guns in public.
In a 2-1 ruling, the justices said plaintiffs in the case made a plausible argument that the law violates their rights to equal protection under the law.
Philip Prewitt was appointed by Gov. Mike Parson to the powerful Administrative Hearing Commission in 2019.
The GOP-led chamber gave the proposal initial approval in a voice vote. It had bipartisan support.
A man was shot dead Monday morning in Bellefontaine Neighbors.
The faltering retailer is shedding stores in an effort to remain in business.
Police haven't said who died or released a description of the driver who fled.
“The facts are not there to support a credible case of innocence,” prosecutor Wesley Bell said.
A 34-year-old man was shot in the 8000 block of Busiek Avenue in Berkeley.
The boy, 17, has been referred to juvenile court authorities more than 20 times.
The new 4 Hands tasting room will be part of the District, the entertainment development that has replaced the Taubman Prestige Outlets.
Supporters say local laws shouldn’t interfere with the practice of veterinary medicine.