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.
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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.
Like any breakdown of a large magnitude, there is a long story of how it happened.
With the state bouncing back from a turbulent financial period in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic, some legislators have set their sights on a new tax stream for Missouri.
Missouri’s General Assembly signed off on the witness protection bill this week, sending the measure on to the governor’s desk for final approval.
"My colleagues and I were willing to use every tool at our disposal to begin the turning of the tide in St. Louis — starting with HB 2."
Here you can view the total contributions, expenditures, and more for each candidate seeking to represent the state in the Senate.
Here you can view the total contributions, expenditures, and more for each candidate seeking to represent the state in the House.
Senate Republicans opted to move the previous question in a last-ditch effort to pass a concurrent jurisdiction provision early Thursday morning after a long day of debate in the chamber.