The House Speaker-designate, John Diehl, called the Republican wins part of a "historic night."
Most of the political parties’ efforts are focused on 18 to 20 races.
Four Missouri House races are shaping up as the proving ground for Democrats trying to win back conservative blue-collar voters.
Here's what Missouri politicians and political groups had to say (via their Twitter accounts) about tonight's debate between President Barack Obama and former Massachusetts Gov. Mitt Romney.
If there is one area of common ground to be found in the bruising battle over the future of America's public schools, it's this: Good teaching matters.
Santorum gets 7, Paul 4, Gingrich 1; more to be selected in June
The Missouri Legislature should shut down for a couple of days and send its members to the St. Louis County courtroom of Circuit Judge David Lee Vincent III.
JEFFERSON CITY • A House committee has approved legislation aimed at preventing large shifts in state aid next year among Missouri's more than 500 public school districts.
Now that the state has stripped Kansas City Public Schools of accreditation, hundreds of parents are trying to transfer their children to better suburban districts only to find their requests denied.
The organization's website says it's in 11 states, recently adding Iowa to the list.
For at least a century, St. Louis Public Schools has commanded the title of being Missouri's largest school district.
Updated at 6:30 p.m. to include House members appointed to serve on the committee.
Three local lawmakers received free tickets to WWE's "Raw" event March 14 in St. Louis, thanks to corporate lobbyists.
The most compelling part of “Waiting for Superman,” the widely discussed documentary film about the state of public education in America, is its captivating portrayal of Daisy, Anthony, Bianca, Emily and Francisco. These five children, with support from their families, strive mightily to win…
The sponsor said he's looking for a compromise on the issue of merit pay.
I disagree with the Teacher Pay Plan sponsored in the Missouri House by Chairman Scott Dieckhaus. However, I understand that something must be done. Therefore, I suggest a fair test of his ideas.
The cold winds of Wisconsin wafted through Jefferson City last week as legislation was introduced to diminish local control over public schools, radically rework teacher compensation and abolish teacher tenure.
JEFFERSON CITY - School districts would rank their teachers and reward those at the top with longer contracts and higher pay under a far-reaching bill heard today by a House committee.
JEFFERSON CITY -- A bipartisan coalition of Missouri legislators called today for far-reaching changes aimed at fixing failing urban schools and giving parents more choices.