By Scott Keyes on December 5, 2013
The city's Department of Health told Churches on the Streets that they must cease serving hot homemade meals because they lack a permit.
By Zack Ford on November 14, 2013
Missouri will allow married same-sex couples to file their taxes jointly, even though the state will still not recognize those marriages.
By Ian Millhiser on November 4, 2013
The spirit of John C. Calhoun lives in Missouri.
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By Tara Culp-Ressler on October 23, 2013
About 200 people stood in solidarity with two teenage girls who say they were raped last year, holding daisies to express support for Daisy Coleman.
By Tara Culp-Ressler on October 22, 2013
Many residents of Maryville want Daisy Coleman to know that they support her -- and that they want victims everywhere to feel safe enough to tell their stories.
By Annie-Rose Strasser on October 17, 2013
A special prosecutor has been brought in to re-examine the rape allegations brought by Daisy Coleman and Paige Parkhurst.
By Tara Culp-Ressler on October 16, 2013
As controversy swirls around the Maryville rape case, state officials are starting to get involved.
By Igor Volsky on September 27, 2013
Unlike the the rest of the Republicans in his state, Sen. Roy Blunt (R-MO) is telling his constituents to enroll in the law's new plans.
By Nicole Flatow on September 12, 2013
After stark warnings from Missouri's attorney general, police chiefs, and sheriffs that the state's gun bill would threaten public safety, the legislature failed to override Gov. Jay Nixon's veto.
By Nicole Flatow on September 5, 2013
If legislators override Gov. Jay Nixon's veto of what is arguably America's worst gun bill, they won't have the state attorney general's help in enforcing some of its key provisions.