Schell Lake is being drained in June for a major renovation project. A fish kill on June 18 as water became extremely shallow in places involves mostly invasive common carp and grass carp. (Photo by Mike Allen, Missouri Department of Conservation)

Audit finds MDC’s separation agreement with former director cost taxpayers more than $120K

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. — An audit could find no documentation supporting the purpose or need for the former-Director of the Missouri Department of Conservation...

Opioid deaths in Missouri increased at slower rate than previous year

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. — While the number of opioid related deaths increased in 2017 compared to 2016, they did so at a much lower...

MoDOT releases Route 63 safety audit

No Safety Deficiencies Identified; Proactive Steps Recommended in the Future as Funding Allows                      JEFFERSON CITY – A multi-agency task force found no safety deficiencies on...

Department of Revenue leadership participates in entrepreneurship bootcamp for veterans

JEFFERSON CITY — Missouri Department of Revenue Director Joel Walters and Chief Operating Officer Ken Zellers recently participated in an Entrepreneurship Bootcamp for Veterans (EBV),...
Schell Lake is being drained in June for a major renovation project. A fish kill on June 18 as water became extremely shallow in places involves mostly invasive common carp and grass carp. (Photo by Mike Allen, Missouri Department of Conservation)

MDC uses shallow waters at Schell Lake to kill large number of invasive Carp...

The lake is undergoing a major renovation project SCHELL CITY, Mo. — The Missouri Department of Conservation moved to reduce the number of invasive fish...

Medicaid consulting contract with McKinsey under fire for cost

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. — The Chief Operating Officer of Missouri’s ties to his former employer are under fire again after the awarding of a consulting...

Department of Revenue says they’re on pace to issue all tax returns more quickly...

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. – The Missouri Department of Revenue on Thursday announced that it is on pace to issue all refund checks a month...

Burns leaving Office of Administration for role with Jefferson City Public Schools

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. – The Missouri Office of Administration will soon be short a communications director, as Ryan Burns is departing the office to...

Greitens’ Cabinet announces department priorities to improve state government

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. – Despite the ongoing investigations and legal woes, Republican Governor Eric Greitens and his administration continue pushing forward with their priorities...

State of Missouri announces strategic management priorities

Today, the State of Missouri released a new webpage that provides the strategic management priorities for the State’s 16 Cabinet departments. These priorities include the...

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