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Nasheed calls for withdrawal of Better Together ballot initiative

ST. LOUIS, Mo. — In the last week, the St. Louis region has experienced “turbulence” with the federal indictment and resignation of County Executive...

Galloway, May, Billings bring in crowd at NWPC-STL Galvanizing Gutsy Women gala

ST. LOUIS – The National Women’s Political Caucus of Metro St. Louis (NWPC-STL) hosted its Galvanizing Gutsy Women for 2020 gala brunch with special...

Grier, Swan speak on legislation giving all Missourians access to ‘meaningful work’

JEFFERSON CITY – Workforce and economic development have been a driving force for the Show-Me State and Reps. Derek Grier and Kathy Swan have...
Missouri Attorney General Eric Schmitt announces "Safer Streets" Initiative in St. Louis office on Tuesday, January 22, 2019 with Deputy Attorney General Cris Stevens and U.S. Attorney Jeff Jensen (DANIELLE MAE FRANKLIN/CLAYTON TIMES)

AG Schmitt announces safer streets initiative

ST. LOUIS – Missouri Attorney General Eric Schmitt held a conference on Tuesday announcing his Safer Streets initiative. The initiative aims to cut down...

Nasheed to run for Board of Aldermen president

ST. LOUIS, Mo. – Sen. Jamilah Nasheed announced on Monday that she has filed to run for Board of Aldermen president for the City...

Esther Haywood: A woman worth honoring

ST. LOUIS, Mo. – Friends of the NAACP St. Louis County Branch will be coming together for a reception in honor of Esther Haywood...

Johnson to run for Democratic Party chairperson

ST. LOUIS – J.P. Johnson announced that he is running for Chairperson of the Missouri State Democratic Party after current Chairperson, Stephen Webber, announced...

Heartland Hyperloop, Inc. joins Missouri Hyperloop Coalition

ST. LOUIS - The Missouri Hyperloop Coalition released the announcement of their collaboration with Virgin Hyperloop One in leading efforts to bring the first...

Beloved CEO Barry Hart reflects on 42 years with Missouri Association of Electric Co-ops

BRANSON, Mo. - After working 42 years, full-time, for the electric cooperatives of Missouri and Kansas, CEO Barry Hart says he is “leaving with...

OUTSTANDING FRESHMEN 2018: Rep. Dean Plocher

“I want to work hard and stay busy. But I don’t want to be at the tip of the spear,” Rep. Dean Plocher said....