A survey by Monmouth University shows the Republican nominee, Donald Trump, clinging to a one-point advantage over Hillary Clinton in Missouri. That’s far closer than the race was four years ago, when Mitt Romney hammered Barack Obama in the state.
A group of Missouri prosecutors say they’ll challenge a vote on medical marijuana because federal law supersedes state law. The argument over states’ rights is about more than pot, Dave Helling writes. It’s about Washington’s ability to overrule state legislators.
A federal judge ruled Monday that the process of electing school board members for a district that includes Ferguson, Missouri, is biased against black voters and must be revised before another election will be allowed.
A prosecutor alleges that a former Springfield coach who's pleaded guilty to sexually assaulting a teenager in the 1990s was allowed to continue teaching despite multiple complaints of inappropriate behavior.
A suburban St. Louis woman who claimed she shot an intruder who followed her inside her home is now facing murder charges, with a prosecutor saying Tuesday that she set up an innocent, mentally-impaired man to kill him.
A federal judge has admonished an advocacy group for clergy abuse victims for defying her orders to release personal information about people who accused a priest of sexual misconduct, finding that the group plotted against the priest now suing for defamation.