Governor Jay Nixon is threatening to lay off state workers unless Republican lawmakers fully fund the Missouri Department of Revenue's Motor Vehicles Division for a full fiscal year.
Missouri American Water's capital budget for 2013 is $90.5 million, and it's setting aside $40 million of that to replace aging water pipes in St.
A former deputy sheriff in Bollinger County has settled his lawsuit against the county prosecutor, sheriff's department of former sheriff.
Last fall, researchers in Missouri caught the attention of public health experts and advocates across North America.
A proposal to decriminalize marijuana across the state will have a hearing this morning at the Missouri House of Representatives -- which appears to be the farthest this effort has ever gone in the legislature.
It's time for another edition of Ask the Patch Pro , where each week we tackle a different topic and open up the comments section for questions.
May 15, 2013 11:53 p.m. JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. - Legislation approved by the Missouri House late Wednesday evening would remove the Missouri Department of Revenue from the process of issuing concealed carry weapon permits.
A proposed penny sales tax hike would most likely go toward rebuilding Interstate 70 from Independence, seen here at the Noland Road exit Wednesday, to Wentzville.
An anti-bullying bill at the Missouri legislature has died -- and Representative Sue Allen, the sponsor of the proposal, is now casting blame on openly gay lawmakers.
Thieves made off with 11 pedestrian signal poles, bases and heads along Interstate 70 at The Paseo on Monday, according to the Missouri Department of Transportation.
A jury on Wednesday convicted the founder of a Kansas City company and four associates of cheating investors by selling them millions of dollars of worthless stock and spending the money on themselves.
Gas prices have jumped yet again across Missouri, this time reaching as high as $3.69 a gallon in Columbia.
As evidenced by the multitude of cocktails consumed throughout the course of Baz Luhrmann's new spectacle, The Great Gatsby , Prohibition didn't exactly halt the consumption of alcoholic beverages.
After months of controversy regarding the smelly Bridgeton landfill -- with heated debates about the cause of the awful stench and the potential health hazards -- the Missouri attorney general's office and the company behind the site have hammered out an agreement.
According to the Missouri Department of Transportation, the earliest record of the monument date back to 1958.
Whether you're a card-carrying beer geek or a craft newbie still weaning yourself off lawnmower lagers, Flying Saucer casts a spell on you.