Last year, Missouri Governor Jay Nixon, a Democrat, brushed aside a question on marriage equality, saying: "I have not supported gay marriage in the past and don't at this point." When Daily RFT asked about the topic again this year -- after he had dodged inquiries at a press event -- his office dec ... More >>
For weeks now, Missouri Republicans have increased pressure on the state Department of Revenue and the governor's office to address allegations that they are collecting and storing records on concealed-carry permit holders in the state -- and possibly shipping that data off to the federal government ... More >>
As attorney general, Jay Nixon championed the "No Call List" banning telephone solicitors from ringing homes and businesses. On his second day as governor, Nixon upped the ante: Attempting to ban cell phones during his first press conference. The Kansas City Star reports that it didn't go well. Appa ... More >>
Lethal injection looks painless and peaceful. On Missouri's death row, appearances can be deceiving.
Vandalism isn't a crime in St. Louis. Just ask the police.
When a renegade band of artists and writers tries to punch its way into the local fight game, the gloves come off
Carroll's departure from KMOX paced by station's ratings decline
Jefferson County nailed them in an adult-business raid. Like it or not, they're poster boys in a fight to fix Missouri's sex laws.
Women contractors are tired of being asked to front for firms owned by white males
Missouri's Sunshine Law guarantees open government for all. Trouble is, prosecutors don't enforce it and legislators won't fix it. Just ask the folks fighting City Hall.
Getting Springsteen tickets will cost you, one way or another