Missouri Gov. Eric Greitens used an email address for a veterans charity he founded to arrange political meetings as he prepared to launch his first bid for public office, despite a federal ban...
Flooding is threatening the U.S. 51 Ohio River "Cairo" Bridge that connects Wickliffe, Kentucky, and Cairo, Illinois, the Kentucky Transportation Cabinet said Thursday.
Missouri Gov. Eric Greitens was indicted by a grand jury last week on one felony count of invasion of privacy. The indictment alleges that the Republican took a compromising photo of a woman without her consent while they had an affair in March 2015.
The Missouri House has passed legislation requiring notice to be given to both custodial parents when a minor is seeking an abortion.
The National Weather Service says it is continuing damage surveys of the area. All four tornadoes hit Saturday evening, February 24.
The grounds of the Gateway Arch in St. Louis will now be officially known as The Gateway Arch National Park.
The Republican Governors Association says Missouri Gov. Eric Greitens is stepping down from the group's executive committee following his indictment stemming from an extramarital affair.
Attorneys for Missouri Gov. Eric Greitens have filed a motion to dismiss the grand jury indictment accusing him of invasion of privacy.
A St. Louis grand jury has indicted Missouri Gov. Eric Greitens on a felony invasion of privacy charge related to the Republican's affair with a woman in 2015.
Democratic Sen. Claire McCaskill of Missouri and one of her opponents support assault weapons bans, while the likely Republican challenger says the focus should be on keeping guns from criminals and the mentally ill.
Police say 29-year-old Andrew Millican is believed to be armed with a stolen handgun.
The Missouri House has given initial approval to a bill outlawing so-called "revenge porn."
The Missouri House has given initial approval to a bill legalizing industrial hemp.
The Missouri House has passed a bill to ban marriages of children under 15 years old.
Officers found four headstones knocked over at the Sikeston City Cemetery.
The Missouri Department of Mental Health is notifying 1,000 people that some personal information might have been mailed to an incorrect address.
A Missouri bill would put a blanket ban on using devices like cell phones and GPS receivers while driving.
The Missouri Senate has passed legislation allowing the state's largest electric companies to recoup more of their costs for infrastructure improvements from their customers.
The captain reports winds on the Mississippi River are about 35 miles per hour with occasional gusts.
The Missouri House is advancing a bill that would ban marriages of children ages 14 years old or younger.
The house was fully engulfed when crews arrived.
Missouri lawmakers are trying again to reduce the duration of state jobless benefits to one of the shortest periods nationally.
The greatest thing since sliced bread might be a day to celebrate it.
Weather experts say Missouri is experiencing its driest winter in more than 40 years, worsening a drought that started last summer.