- Gay married couples could pay more for tax filings Updated: Mar-10-14 7:16 pm
- Nixon reaches trade agreement in Ontario Updated: Mar-07-14 5:04 am
- Nixon announces trade agreement with Quebec Updated: Mar-05-14 1:44 pm
- Missouri governor endorses Keystone oil pipeline Updated: Mar-03-14 4:43 pm
- Missouri ethanol rule on track to take effect Updated: Mar-02-14 11:44 am
- Branson hopes for boost from golf tournament Updated: Feb-26-14 3:42 pm
- Missouri executes man in '89 rape, killing of teen Updated: Feb-26-14 7:50 am
- Mo. House endorses voter photo ID requirement Updated: Feb-25-14 4:23 pm
- Bryant: Co-chairman of Delta Regional Authority Updated: Feb-25-14 8:47 am
- Malloy, Texas governor differ on gun legislation Updated: Feb-23-14 4:05 pm
- Mo. GOP stresses unity as potential primary looms Updated: Feb-22-14 1:38 pm
- Missouri Senate passes gun law nullification bill Updated: Feb-20-14 3:17 pm
- Nixon signs Missouri candidate filing legislation Updated: Feb-19-14 6:31 pm
- Mo. judge rules against special election lawsuit Updated: Feb-18-14 7:20 pm
- Europe at origin of chronic US execution dilemma Updated: Feb-18-14 9:39 am
- Price breaks persist for small Mo. tobacco makers Updated: Feb-17-14 12:19 pm
- Analysis: Early Mo. gov's race new political norm Updated: Feb-16-14 1:09 pm
- Gay-marriage foes scrambling after court setbacks Updated: Feb-15-14 9:31 am
- Brunner contemplating Mo. gubernatorial campaign Updated: Feb-14-14 3:57 pm
- Mo. Gov. Nixon won't rule out presidential run Updated: Feb-13-14 7:58 pm
- Gov. Nixon supports repealing Mo. gay marriage ban Updated: Feb-13-14 5:26 pm
- Senator cites Sam in call for anti-bias bill Updated: Feb-10-14 5:41 pm
INDIANAPOLIS - Conflicting state and federal policies will likely cost Indiana same-sex couples more when they file their tax returns this year, experts say.
JEFFERSON CITY, Missouri - Missouri Gov. Jay Nixon says an agreement for future trade and economic development has been reached with the Canadian province of Ontario.
JEFFERSON CITY, Missouri - Missouri Gov. Jay Nixon announced a trade agreement Wednesday with the Canadian province of Quebec that he said is worth $3.2 billion.
JEFFERSON CITY, Missouri - Missouri Gov. Jay Nixon is in favor of the proposed oil pipeline route through the middle of the United States, joining other Midwestern governors who are urging President Barack Obama to approve its construction.
JEFFERSON CITY, Missouri - Missouri motorists could be able to buy a higher blend of ethanol gasoline as early as this summer because of a new policy pushed by Gov. Jay Nixon over the unsuccessful objections of some lawmakers.
BRANSON, Missouri - A southwest Missouri tourist community has landed the oldest, richest event on professional golf's senior tour for at least the next five years, with some of the biggest names in the sport expected to draw massive crowds over its weeklong run.
BONNE TERRE, Missouri - A Missouri inmate was executed early Wednesday for abducting, raping and killing a Kansas City teenager as she waited for her school bus in 1989, marking the state's fourth lethal injection in as many months.
JEFFERSON CITY, Missouri - Missouri House Republicans are trying again to enact legislation that would require voters to show photo identification before casting ballots, and they're hoping the courts or the Democratic governor don't stand in the way this time.
JACKSON, Mississippi - Mississippi Gov. Phil Bryant is the 2014 state co-chairman for the Delta Regional Authority.
HARTFORD, Connecticut - Connecticut Gov. Dannel P. Malloy and Texas Gov. Rick Perry squared off on gun control issues on Sunday, continuing a debate that began last year.
SPRINGFIELD, Missouri - A potential Republican primary for Missouri governor was stirring concern among some party activists Saturday as hundreds of Republicans gathered for an annual conference - unity being its unofficial theme.
JEFFERSON CITY, Missouri - An effort to nullify federal gun control laws and jail any federal agents trying to enforce them cleared the Missouri Senate Thursday, but a court challenge and another potential veto by Gov. Jay Nixon could ultimately block the legislation even if the House approves it again.
JEFFERSON CITY, Missouri - Members of the military and people with disabilities would have a better chance to be listed first on the ballot under a measure Missouri Gov. Jay Nixon signed into law on Wednesday.
JEFFERSON CITY, Missouri - Missouri Gov. Jay Nixon prevailed Tuesday against a lawsuit that sought to compel him to more quickly set special elections for vacant legislative seats.
BRUSSELS - There's one big reason the United States has a dearth of execution drugs so acute that some states are considering solutions such as firing squads and gas chambers: Europe won't allow the drugs to be exported because of its fierce hostility to capital punishment.
JEFFERSON CITY, Missouri - The state of Missouri could lose nearly $70 million this year in tobacco settlement payments due to a unique pricing advantage enjoyed by some small cigarette companies.
JEFFERSON CITY, Missouri - It's barely 2014. Candidates haven't even officially begun filing for this year's elections. Yet Missouri's 2016 gubernatorial campaign is in full swing.
JEFFERSON CITY, Missouri - Opponents of same-sex marriage are scrambling to find effective responses, in Congress and state legislatures, to a rash of court rulings that would force some of America's most conservative states to accept gay nuptials.
JEFFERSON CITY, Missouri - Former U.S. Senate candidate John Brunner said Friday that he is considering running for Missouri governor in 2016, which could lead to a multi-candidate Republican primary for what will be an open office.
JEFFERSON CITY, Missouri - Missouri Gov. Jay Nixon is refusing to rule out a potential campaign for president in 2016.
JEFFERSON CITY, Missouri - Gov. Jay Nixon said Thursday that he supports ending Missouri's same-sex marriage ban and thinks voters should have a chance to repeal an amendment to the state constitution that defines marriage as between a man and a woman.
JEFFERSON CITY, Missouri - A Missouri senator is calling on the Legislature to bar discrimination based on sexual orientation in light of a former University of Missouri football player's decision to publicly come out as gay.