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1 hr ago | ThinkProgress
Missouri's state legislature took steps last Thursday to ban the use of cellphone tracking data in court absent a warrant, the latest state-level push to bring privacy laws in line with rapidly changing technology.
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4 hrs ago | Missourian
Inmates might have an easier time finding work after completing their sentences with a new bill proposed by Rep. Brandon Ellington, D-Kansas City.
8 hrs ago | Springfield News-Leader
For the past eight years, Missouri's prosecutors have been leaders in the effort to revise the criminal code because we know it is the right thing to do.
As many as 33 barrels of oil have been contained after spilling from a well into floodwaters near the confluence of the Yellowstone and Missouri rivers in northwest North Dakota, the state's Department of Health said Saturday.
Oil can be seen streaming into the water from a flooded oil well site near the confluence of the Yellowstone and Missouri rivers in northwest North Dakota on Friday, March 14, 2014.
Missouri could lose millions unless the General Assembly passes a bill to close a loophole in the state's agreement with tobacco companies, supporters of the measure told a House panel on Wednesday.
Missouri Department of Transportation plans to shift downtown traffic briefly Friday in anticipation of opening the new Walnut Street Bridge.
The Rev. Kelly Allen, pastor of University Presbyterian Church in San Antonio, has been endorsed by Mission Presbytery to stand for moderator of the upcoming 221st General Assembly, June 14-21 in Detroit.
Secretary of State Jason Kander today announced that his office has received three initiative petitions amending Chapter 149 of the Revised Statutes of Missouri, and the initiative petitions are now open for public comment.
House Bill 1557 would ensure that drivers caught running one of the monitored red lights would not get points on their license with the ticket.
With the deadline just days away, many Missourians still have yet to buy a health insurance policy through the Health Insurance Marketplace .
House Bill 1307 and Senate Bill 519 both seek to increase the mandatory waiting period for a woman to get an abortion from 24 to 72 hours.
It was Tuesday, October 1, and the federal government had partially shut down as a result of a budget impasse.
Thousands of anti-abortion demonstrators hold a rally on the National Mall before walking to the Supreme Court during the 41st annual March for Life on Jan. 22, 2014, in Washington, D.C. Missouri is a step closer to passing a law that would require women to wait 72 hours before having an abortion.
Following decades of discussion, four years of construction, and hundreds of millions of dollars in costs, St. Louis has a new architectural icon; a landmark that takes its place just up the river from the world famous Gateway Arch.