Officials at the Department of Revenue (DOR) Motor Vehicle Driver License (MVDL) Division are facing difficulty attracting and retaining independent contractors to operate license offices, even in larger markets like St. Louis City, which have traditionally been more profitable.
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The recent announcement of the resignation of St. Louis Circuit Attorney Kim Gardner was certainly welcome news.
Rep. Tracy McCreery has won the seat for Senate District 24.
DeGroot will be joining his longtime friend, Senator-elect Curtis Trent, as he moves from the lower to the upper chamber. DeGroot will be working as Trent’s chief of staff for this upcoming session.
The event, dubbed the Bi-State Softball Showdown, was put on by Greater St. Louis Inc, an economic development agency in the Gateway City that operates on both sides of the Mississippi River.
Over this past week, both the Department of Labor and the Department of Revenue have announced that victims of the floods in the St. Louis area will be eligible for certain forms of relief.
A powerful voice in St. Charles County politics has given his endorsement for the suburban Senate District 10. SD 10 encompasses a chunk of the eastern and central parts of the state, spreading from Wentzville, Mo. to Jefferson City.
The Senate Interim Committee on Illegal Immigration conducted its second meeting to examine varying aspects of illegal immigration in Missouri.
The irate man went up to Hardin's residential home after receiving a campaign flier that highlights Hardin's support of former President Donald Trump. Calling the support for Trump "treasonous."
“This isn’t something that’s dead on arrival, like gun laws,” Roberts said. “It would be one of those compromises on something that they're (Republicans) trying to get done. Then having something that we're trying to get done, as well — that's fair, reasonable, and would have bipartisan support.”