JEFFERSON CITY - Gov. Jay Nixon announced that planning, design and site selection for a new state veterans’ home will move forward. The Governor thanked members of the General Assembly for following his budget recommendation to provide $500,000 needed to get the project underway. Missouri is ho...
Commentary by Phill Brooks
JEFFERSON CITY - The Attorney General’s Office has received almost 200 complaints in May about scam IRS calls targeting mid-Missouri. Missouri Attorney General Chris Koster is urging consumers not to fall for the scam.
JEFFERSON CITY - Gov. Jay Nixon will lead a delegation of Missourians representing agriculture, business, education and government on a trade mission to Cuba from May 29 to June 1. With the recent progress toward normalization of relations between the United States and Cuba, the trade mission wil...
In a end of session Republican party press conference, Missouri House Speaker Rep. Todd Richardson-R, Popular Bluff, said that the 2016 session was, "incredibly productive and in some cases historic."
JEFFERSON CITY - Missouri's legislature concluded its 2016 annual session at 6pm Friday with a stamp of Republican unity, but also division.
JEFFERSON CITY - Missouri's House sent the governor a bill that would add further restrictions on how much city budgets can be financed from municipal fines.
JEFFERSON CITY - Thanks to two Republican senators, the Republican-controlled Senate sustained the Democratic governor's veto of a measure that would have required annual approval to withhold union fees from government worker paychecks.
JEFFERSON CITY - Missouri voters will have the opportunity to decide this year whether the state legislature should have power to require a Missourian present a photo ID to vote.
The Missouri Senate voted to allow a lobbyist to spend up to $240 per week on meals for a legislator.