Release: Governor Greitens to give Senate extra time to consider State Board appointments

Governor Eric Greitens announced that he will be reappointing five interim appointees to the State Board of Education at noon today. Those five interim...

Nixon, Boeing announce 700 new jobs

Saint Louis, Mo. — Flanked by more than 25 local and state lawmakers and a handful of Boeing executives, Gov. Jay Nixon announced today...

Parson makes six appointments to various boards, commissions

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. – On Friday, Governor Mike Parson announced six new appointments to various boards and commissions. Dr. Maynard Bill Jones, of Versailles, was...

Auditor Galloway finds St. Joseph School District has shown improvement in audit follow-up report

State Auditor issues follow-up to previously issued report rated "poor" JEFFERSON CITY, MO (Sept. 29 2015) Missouri State Auditor Nicole Galloway has released a follow-up...

Galloway says her office can handle increased workload on same budget funding

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. – State Auditor Nicole Galloway's office has seen an increased workload over the past year, but the top-ranking Democrat in Missouri's...

Part 2 of our conversation with Mayor Slay

In part 2 of our conversation with Mayor Slay we visit about urban issues and his success working with Republicans in the legislature. Enjoy. TMT:...

This Week in the Missouri PSC: July 20, 2017

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. – With four out of the five members of the Missouri Public Service Commission attending by phone on Thursday, the commission...

Audits show ongoing municipal reform

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. – Late Auditor Tom Schweich announced his municipal courts initiative in October 2014. Just over a year later, the Missouri legislature...

Schmitt breaks record for reaching $1,000,000 unclaimed property return benchmark

JEFFERSON CITY – Eric Schmitt today became the first State Treasurer in Missouri history to return $1,000,000 in unclaimed property in their first 11...

This Week in the PSC: Dec. 12, 2018

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. — The Missouri Public Service Commission held an agenda meeting on Wednesday, where they worked through three items and new orders....

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