Gov. Mike Parson presented Missouri Public Safety Medals to 11 first responders and six civilians for responding to emergency situations in 2019 Tuesday morning.
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Gov. Mike Parson said more than $130 million in CARES Act and general revenue funding will go toward several areas of the state’s infrastructure — with a majority earmarked for education.
The Department of Elementary and Secondary Education (DESE) Board of Education extended a rule change on its attendance policies through the remainder of the school year.
Missouri’s POST Commission granted preliminary approval for the first law enforcement training academy to be hosted by a HBCU on Monday.
The federally acquired rapid-result COVID-19 tests are going to HBCUs and health care workers first, according to Missouri Department of Higher Education Commissioner Zora Mulligan.
Here's a look at the positive cases within the Missouri Department of Corrections — among both inmates and prison employees.
Gov. Mike Parson is in isolation after a positive COVID-19 diagnosis — but why not quarantine? Here's a look at the difference.
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.