Ethics complaint against Hawley dismissed

MEC rules pro bono legal work doesn't count as contribution JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. — The complaint against U.S. Senate candidate Josh Hawley over pro bono...

Hawley, McCaskill battle over health care coverage

The Affordable Care Act is taking center stage in the race for Missouri’s U.S. Senate seat as incumbent Claire McCaskill lambastes Josh Hawley’s move...

Richardson honored with Legacy Award by St. Louis Regional Chamber

ST. LOUIS — Following the first ever legislative softball game between Missouri and Illinois — where the Show-Me State took home bragging rights and...
Members of the Missouri House Special Investigative Committee on Oversight ask questions of Gov. Greitens legal counsel (PHOTOS BY TIM BOMMEL/HOUSE COMMUNICATIONS).

Greitens’ private impeachment attorneys will not receive state compensation

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. — Missouri taxpayers won’t actually be on the hook for more than $150,000 in legal fees for two attorneys hired solely...

Backyard Concert at Jefferson Landing State Historic Site set for June 23

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. – Jefferson Landing State Historic Site will host its second concert in its 2018 Backyard Concert Series 7 to 8 p.m. Saturday, June...

In reversal, Missouri’s high court rules administrative remedies must be exhausted

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. — Administrative remedies, if available, must be utilized before heading to the courts, the Missouri Supreme Court ruled. The judgement reverses...

State Board of Education meets for first time since 2017

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. – For the first time in months, the Missouri State Board of Education can finally conduct business. The board met for the...

We Are MO launches first video ad against Proposition A

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. – Opponents of Proposition A are looking to push back against the move to repeal right-to-work, which will appear on the...

This Week in the Missouri PSC: June 13, 2018

PSC delays order on Ameren pilot solar program due to concerns and questions of functionality JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. – The Missouri Public Service Commission continues...

Report finds 90 percent of rural hospital closures happen in states that did not...

A recently released report found that hospitals are six times more likely to close in states that did not expand Medicaid than those that...

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