The American Council of Engineering Companies of Missouri (ACEC/MO) officially announced its endorsement of Lt. Gov. Mike Kehoe for governor.
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Cargill Incorporated, one of the world's largest agricultural processing companies, has announced plans for a soybean processing plant in Pemiscot County.
A new survey of likely Republican primary voters conducted by Remington Research Group showed Attorney General Eric Schmitt with a lead in the U.S. Senate primary.
Representative Chris Brown is sponsoring legislation, HB 1683, which seeks to require public universities to grant course credit to students who score a 3 or higher on advance placement (AP) exams. This change would bring Missouri law in-line with Arkansas, Illinois, Kansas and Kentucky.
The Missouri Corn Growers Association (MCGA) announced its endorsement of Lt. Gov. Mike Kehoe in the 2024 gubernatorial race.
Secretary of State Jay Ashcroft discussed what's next for him on "This Week in Missouri Politics."
Gov. Mike Parson joined with more than two dozen other governors to establish an “American Governors’ Border Strike Force,” billed as a way to combat drug and human trafficking.
A recent ruling by FERC led to a PSC decision that has forced Spire into a new rate case after the current rate structure went into effect on Dec. 23.
Here are the first-quarter filing reports for statewide offices in 2022.
GOP Rep. Jim Murphy has requested House Speaker Rob Vescovo form an interim committee on immigration reform, following months of frustration over what he said is the Labor Department’s inaction over reports of undocumented workers in Missouri.