"Instead of defunding the police, my SB 678 ensures the Kansas City Police Department receives the level of funding it needs to keep our community safe."
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Running for an open seat, Rachl Aguirre hopes to become the next conservative state representative for Jackson County.
Aaron McMullen is the only Republican who has announced his candidacy for the seat so far.
Aside from his military service, Bill Irwin also served as a police officer in Lee's Summit for nearly two decades.
Here’s a look at where COVID-19 tests, including free options sponsored by the state and federal government, are available in Missouri.
More than half of the sewershed samples collected last week contained mutations associated with the new variant, according to DHSS.
One attorney who represents two local health agencies said his clients are considering an appeal.
Attorney General Eric Schmitt has leveled lawsuits over multiple federal COVID-19 vaccination mandates, challenges he said were vital to determining what America would look like moving forward.
"This law builds back our bridges, our water system, our powerlines, electric grids — better, stronger, more resistant to climate change."
"We want to figure out how to provide service to people that no one else can provide for."