A joke has been going around the Jefferson County Sheriff's Department that the influx of new babies is due to a recent raise in deputies' salaries.
The efforts to track menstrual cycles were part of a larger investigation into claims of unsafe practices at the state's lone abortion clinic, according to the official.
The massive new health care center, located in southern Illinois, is equipped to serve an estimated 11,000 patients annually.
Director Geoff Story hopes "Gay Home Movie" provides a snapshot of LGBTQ life as it existed in the Midwest more than 20 years before Stonewall.
Between 2012 and 2017, at least 276,000 women in the U.S. terminated their pregnancies outside their home state.
The widely protested law was set to go into effect the next day.
Dmitriy Andreychenko, 20, told police he was testing his Second Amendment right.
The state's abortion law, set to take effect Aug. 28, makes it illegal for women to have an abortion eight weeks into a pregnancy.
The Liberty Police Department in Missouri said no one was hurt by the blast.
The state’s Administrative Hearing Commission issued an order Friday finding the Department of Health and Senior Services’ argument “unpersuasive.”
A witness said several spectators were hit as the balloon skidded into the ground at the Hannibal Bicentennial.
A new state requirement of two pelvic exams before an abortion is "medically unnecessary" and "invasive," doctors say.
Joseph Meili's plea agreement removed kidnapping and statutory rape charges.
A cafe in O'Fallon refused to host Kendall Brown and Mindy Rackley's rehearsal dinner because the owners disapprove of their relationship, the couple said.
Seen as a rising Democratic star, he dropped out of Kansas City, Missouri, mayor's race last year.
The iconic singer said the recent abortion bans, including in her home state of Missouri, are simply "wrong."
Missouri native Sheryl Crown got personal on the CMT Music Awards red carpet.
It's a temporary win for Planned Parenthood, which was at risk of losing its operating license unless it met certain demands from the state health department.
One woman said she was protesting because her grandmother nearly died after an illegal abortion in Missouri decades ago. She didn't want to go back in time.
Right across the river, an abortion clinic in Illinois is bracing for an influx of patients.