The Missouri Senate has passed legislation that would prohibit employees from suing co-workers for injuries they sustain on the job.
The film How to Die in Oregon, follows several terminally ill patients as they undertake the difficult decision to end their lives under the state’s controversial Death with Dignity Act.
Lawyers have been back in court arguing over the authority of Missouri's governor to make budget cuts.
A House committee reviews a bill that gives Kansas an ultimatum.
Legislation has been filed in both the Missouri House and Senate to address the state’s Second Injury Fund, which provides payments to workers with prior disabilities who are injured on the job. But the fund has been losing money for years.
The Missouri Senate has given first-round approval to legislation that would push back the filing period for the state’s August primaries by one month.
Former IBM executive Tim Wolfe took office as the new University of Missouri System president on Wednesday. The businessman has old ties to Columbia.
By Harum Helmy (Columbia, Mo.)
A Missouri state senator says religious groups should not be barred from receiving state funds to operate their schools.
The state Senate is moving quickly to try to postpone Missouri's candidacy filing period because of uncertainties over the state's new legislative districts.