Mark Osmack suspends state Senate campaign

Democrat Mark Osmack has suspended his campaign for state Senate, he announced Saturday.  Osmack, who was challenging incumbent GOP Sen. Andrew Koenig, said he decided...

Congressman Graves pushes for Army Corps of Engingeers funding change in wake of catastrophic...

As rampant and historic flooding in Missouri continues, U.S. Rep. Sam Graves successfully attached an amendment to a federal appropriations bill this week adding...

Missouri denies St. Louis Planned Parenthood license, changes rules related to pelvic exams

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. — Missouri officially denied a license to the state’s lone abortion clinic Friday ahead of a scheduled court hearing. The state...

Medicinal marijuana clinic opens doors to Missouri veterans

A new medicinal marijuana company will open three locations across Missouri next month with a focus on the state’s veterans. Missouri Marijuana Card plans to...

Planned Parenthood won’t follow state regulations for pelvic exams before abortions, doctors say

Missouri’s lone abortion provider made waves this week with the news doctors plan to “defy” state law regarding pelvic exams — opting to conduct...

Barry McCullough announces bid for Clay County Commission

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. — Insurance agent Barry McCullough thought he was done with politics when he moved out of the city of Gladstone. But...

This Week in the PSC: June 19, 2019

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. — The Public Service Commission (PSC) granted a certificate of convenience and necessity (CCN) to Empire District Electric Company related to...

How Missouri workers making minimum wage fare with housing rental prices

Missouri workers earning minimum wage would need to work nearly 60 hours a week in order to afford an average one-bedroom rental home in...

How 2019 flood levels compare to 1993

Multiple areas in the state have seen historic flooding this year, displacing homes and causing cataclysmic damage to farms around the Missouri and Mississippi Rivers....

Bill ensuring wind farm property taxes remain local awaits governor’s signature

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. — A bill requiring property taxes collected on wind farms remain local — even if the wind farm is operated by...

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