State Rep. Kurtis Gregory trotted away from the Missouri State Fair’s celebrity draft horse hitch show with the prize.
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Mike Kehoe has served as Missouri’s lieutenant governor since June 2018.
The capital city kicked off its celebration of 200 years of statehood with the dedication of the Bicentennial Bridge Monday afternoon.
SoutheastHEALTH has found its new vice president for governmental affairs in former Missouri Lt. Gov. Peter Kinder.
Several senators say that the tale of how the session ultimately ended in bizarre fashion began on March 8, the day that Senator Roy Blunt announced his retirement.
Former state Sen. Dan “Doc” Brown, the patriarch of a legendary Missouri family, passed away on May 11, 2021, at age 70.
“Thank you for praying for us today and every day.”
As Missouri prepares to celebrate its bicentennial, its largest celebratory project is receiving a donation from Union Pacific.
Bills meant to reform eminent domain policies aimed at the Grain Belt Express project drew a crowd of supporters to the statehouse Wednesday.
Hundreds of pro-life ralliers gathered on the Capitol grounds for the Midwest March for Life Wednesday morning.
After announcing his run last week, Lt. Gov. Mike Kehoe said he hoped to give back to Missourians if he wins his bid for governor in 2024.