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Gov. Jay Nixon said Wednesday at Missouri State University that he will put an additional $36.7 million, a 5 percent increase, in his proposed budget for next year and asked leaders at four-year public colleges and universities across the state to not raise tuition for one year.
Missouri executed Allen Nicklasson on Wednesday night for killing a good Samaritan who stopped to help him and his friends after their car stalled on Interstate 70 in 1994.
Transportation officials plan to meet up to discuss differences on how to treat icy roadways, after a photograph showing clear Missouri roads sparked controversy in Arkansas.
State Treasurer Clint Zweifel today announced a new program allowing Missourians to donate their Unclaimed Property to charity.
More than 4,100 Missourians had picked a health insurance plan through healthcare.gov by the end of November.
State officials say a man who had been on death row since 1982 for killing two people in St. Louis has died in prison.
Earlier this week, House Speaker Tim Jones announced the four newest additions; two were chosen by online poll, two Jones chose himself.
In a letter to Gov. Jay Nixon, Sen. Jamilah Nasheed, D-St. Louis, alleges the governor's staff cut a "side deal" with a group of Republican senators in order to pass the incentive package to attract Boeing Co.'
Missouri Attorney General Chris Koster late Tuesday appealed a stay of execution granted by a three-judge panel of the 8th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals over concerns about Nicklasson's legal representation at trial and sentencing.
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Jon David Couzens, whose case prompted a wrongful-death lawsuit against the Kansas City-St.
The republican Missouri General Assembly and the democratic Missouri governor just spent four days endorsing socialism.
The Missouri Supreme Court on Monday set a January execution date for an inmate convicted in the 1991 robbery and slaying of a St. Louis-area jeweler.
KANSAS CITY, Mo. -- After going nearly three years without an execution, Missouri is preparing for its second in three weeks.
A judge has set a May trial date for a southeast Missouri truck driver charged in the death of a 17-year-old girl in an April traffic accident.