Missouri Senate votes unanimously for the bill that would help renters and landlords.
Warren Stemme has had to deal with angry landowners, record flooding and financial problems at the troubled special taxing district that has c…
Until this week, the two organizations have never released salary and employee information as required under the Sunshine Law.
Critics say there's few guidelines for deciding levee district taxes and little financial oversight of the districts, which often pay big mone…
It’s not clear what is driving the new level of secrecy, but advocacy groups are concerned.
Missouri has reported five inmate deaths and two employee deaths within its prison system.
Galloway blasts Parson administration: ‘Missouri doesn’t just need a new dashboard. Missourians need a new governor.’
The governor also has resumed campaign strategy meetings.
Agencies under the governor’s control routinely report aggregate case numbers. But not Parson’s office.
Our Crime Tracker offers you a comprehensive look at crime around St. Louis County.
‘I did not make this endorsement, it is false,’ Clay tweeted.
But St. Louis County Executive Sam Page and his staff must take a class about the Sunshine Law and develop a tracking system for making sure p…
The overnight filibuster marked the latest attempt by the GOP to enact changes to the state's legal system that could benefit businesses
The true source of the donation, revealed in a November 2019 state disclosure filed by the political action committee, sheds more light on how…
The suit by a Texas man claimed that a Pevely police officer seized his cellphone and threatened him with arrest as he was filming a traffic stop.
The Sinquefields cut a $100,000 check, and a group tied to them contributed $875,000 more.
The state began tracking overdoses in prisons in 2017. The agency plans to beef up its efforts to keep drugs out in 2020.
The union representing prison guards has been grappling with the Missouri Department of Corrections over a new contract since September 2018
St. Louis Circuit Judge Thom C. Clark II has set aside two weeks for the manslaughter trial of former St. Louis police officer Nathaniel Hendren.
The city maintains the database does not exist though similar data is submitted to the Attorney General's office annually and publicly published.
St. Louis Circuit Judge Thom C. Clark II held a hearing on Tuesday in chambers, closed to the public, and refused a Post-Dispatch reporter's r…
JEFFERSON CITY — A state appeals court on Tuesday rejected an attempt to open the records of a controversial dark money operation formed to he…