SJR 39, proposed by Republican Sen. Dan Hegeman, would have reformed the existing court plan to allow the governor more choices in selecting replacement judges.
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The Missouri Legislature adjourned from its special session on violent crime Wednesday, sending two bills to the governor’s desk.
"If the quality of life doesn’t matter, especially for people who can’t take care of themselves, why are we even here?"
The Missouri Farm Bureau (MOFB) has made a handful of endorsements across the board in Missouri politics — both before and after the August primary elections.
The University of Missouri (MU) System would move to remote learning if experts suggested it, according to President Dr. Mun Choi.
Legislators reflect on what it's like to be some of the youngest members of the Missouri General Assembly and what propelled them to the Capitol at such a young age.
U.S. Navy veteran, father, and local family business member Sean Pouche has been nominated by the Platte County Republican Committee to replace Rep. Vic Allred for the November General Election.
The Urban League of Metropolitan St. Louis is set to receive a $1 million federal grant to expand its Serving Our Streets Initiative.
The first batch of sexual assault kits sent to be tested by the Attorney General’s Office yielded nearly a dozen hits on CODIS.