At least 116,946 Missourians have tested positive for coronavirus.
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Missouri state employees won five StateScoop 50 Awards this year for their work in cybersecurity and IT — more than any other state.
Missouri’s general revenue for August was up by 23 percent compared to the same time last year, according to the August general revenue report released by State Budget Director Dan Haug Thursday.
The Peace Officer Standard and Training (POST) Commission met to address concerns about chokeholds, implicit bias, and other topics from Missouri’s law enforcement community Wednesday.
A new COVID-19 test developed by researchers in Missouri has been approved for use by the Food and Drug Administration (FDA), Gov. Mike Parson announced Wednesday.
As the House finished its approval of the extraordinary session crime bills, rumblings in the Capitol’s halls about a second special session to fund the witness protection bill have begun.
The Peace Officer Standard and Training (POST) Commission is requesting feedback on law enforcement training and discipline in Missouri.
Missouri gained more than 52,000 jobs last month, according to seasonally adjusted numbers in the July jobs report.
The Missouri DESE Board of Education agreed to allow substitute teacher candidates an alternative way to be licensed.
Missouri’s “box in” testing strategy during COVID-19 outbreaks received praise from Dr. Deborah Birx, the White House Coronavirus Task Force response coordinator, Tuesday.