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Collin Reischman is the Managing Editor for The Missouri Times, and a graduate of Webster University with a Bachelor of Arts in Journalism. To contact Collin, email collin@themissouritimes.com or via Twitter at @CMReischman

Missouri mayors come out against HB722 override

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. — Mayors from different parts of the state formally came out against the veto override effort lawmakers are planning to mount...

Chappelle-Nadal pushing for more action at contaminated Bridgeton, West Lake Landfills

UNIVERSITY CITY, Mo. — State senator Maria Chappelle-Nadal is beating the drum against the failures to contain potentially deadly toxic waste at the West...

Missouri Republicans eye ‘religious freedom’ laws in wake of Kim Davis saga

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. — Republicans in Missouri are looking at expanding state protections for religious liberty after the jailing of a county clerk in...

Hawley voices support for jailed Kentucky clerk

COLUMBIA, Mo. — A candidate for attorney general in Missouri voiced support for Kim Davis, the Kentucky county clerk that was jailed for refusing...

If You Build It: The saga of a stadium

St. Louis — When Gov. Jay Nixon announced a two-man task force last November charged with keeping the NFL in St. Louis and building...

UM hiring new government relations director amid criticisms

COLUMBIA, Mo. — The University of Missouri System is seeking a new face to run their state government relations department, as their relationship with...

Koster releases new findings on West Lake Landfill

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. — Several expert witnesses gathered by the state for a lawsuit against Republic Services Inc. and management of the West Lake...

Collections up in August 2015 general revenue report

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. — State officials announced today that 2016 fiscal year-to-date general revenue collection increased 5 percent compared to 2015. Acting State Budget...

DOR sets new rules as court reform takes effect

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. — A new law reducing the amount a city can raise for its general revenue through traffic tickets and fees became...

Mizanskey released from prison

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. — A man sentenced to serve the rest of his life in prison without the possibility of parole was released today...