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Audit details $300,000 stolen from Callaway County Collector’s Office

Former collector pleads guilty to federal criminal charges regarding theft of public funds JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. — On Monday, the completed audit of the Callaway...

Missouri AG joins push for deeper cuts in opioid pill manufacturing

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. — Eleven attorneys general from around the U.S., including Missouri’s Josh Hawley, are calling on the federal government to implement sweeping...

Audit finds little accountability over millions in taxpayer dollars that go to business recruiting

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. — A report released by the Missouri State Auditor's Office found little oversight on the millions of taxpayers dollars the state is...

Missouri’s unemployment rate at 18-year low

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. — The number of Missourians out of work reached a 18-year low in August, as the unemployment rate edged down to...

Campaign donations in Missouri continue to build from former Enron exec

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. – Who is John Arnold, and why does his name keep appearing in Missouri campaign finances? Arnold and his wife Laura have...

September 2018 Tip Sheet: Senate and House

With the 30 day after the primary reports out, we decided to take a look at where the parties stand as the general election...

Appointments, drought efforts, workforce development and infrastructure tour mark Parson’s 100-days in office

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. — Mike Parson’s tenure as Missouri’s governor has hit the 100 day mark with a deeds that symbolize a new era...

Hawley to be among speakers at ‘Rally for Life’ in Springfield

SPRINGFIELD, Mo. — The Missouri Republican Party is playing host to a Missouri Rally for Life event with a multitude of speakers including U.S....

Emery, Onder both recognized as ALEC Legislator of the Week

In recent weeks, the American Legislative Exchange Council and FreedomWorks has recognized two Missouri Senators for the work they have done as lawmakers. Sen....

Erin Schrimpf joins Tightline Public Affairs

The spokeswoman for the campaign that successfully defeated Missouri’s right-to-work legislation has joined Tightline Public Affairs. On the heels of that historic win, Erin...