Imperial-based health care regulatory compliance lawyer Kyle Haubrich is making a bid to replace term-limited Rep. Dan Shaul in 2022.
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Gov. Mike Parson is requesting an emergency relief fund for local utility companies impacted by the cold snap, answering lawmakers' call.
The Missouri Senate passed a bill regarding DNR to the House Thursday in the hopes the lower chamber would strip it back to its original form.
After a lengthy bipartisan filibuster, the Missouri Senate approved Todd Graves' appointment to the UM System Board of Curators.
Rep. Tricia Derges has pleaded not guilty to all of the 23 counts, including the newly unsealed ones, her attorney said.
In addition to the missing money, the audit also found that thousands in utility deposits were not deposited until long after utility service had been activated.
Like his favorite superhero, freshman Rep. Brian Seitz says he hopes to promote three things: “truth, justice, and the American way."
As winter storms grip the Midwest — and Texas faces millions of power outages — Missouri is trying to stay on top of the demand for energy.