Sen. Cindy O’Laughlin is calling for new leadership at the Department of Elementary and Secondary Education.
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State Rep. Trish Gunby has decided to run for Congress in the 2nd congressional district with a formal announcement planned for next week.
Gov. Mike Parson stressed the vaccine is effective against COVID-19, including the delta variant.
Treasurer Scott Fitzpatrick is the first Republican to jump into the race after Auditor Nicole Galloway said she would not run for re-election.
As the St. Louis County Council and County Executive Sam Page continue to butt heads over a mask mandate, Attorney General Eric Schmitt asked a court to immediately halt the order.
"A random act of kindness CAN make a big difference."
As positive cases continue to rise in Missouri, here's a look at where mask mandates have been reinstated.
Kansas City has reinstated its indoor mask mandate for individuals who are at least 5 years old — regardless of COVID-19 vaccination status — for the month of August.
Out of more than 400 local education agencies surveyed, only Kansas City Public Schools said it has approved critical race theory curriculum.