The Osage Nation is planning to roll the dice on a new casino at the Lake of the Ozarks, though a successful outcome is far from guaranteed.
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As Missouri families celebrate Halloween, several supposedly haunted locations around the capital city have seen increased attention.
The facility is expected to be ready for players and fans by 2024 with construction slated to begin in the middle of next year.
Gov. Mike Parson and Missouri State Fair Director Mark Wolfe said 330,125 visitors attended the annual agricultural celebration this year.
The Boone County Commission voted to remove a set of controversial murals from the county courthouse Thursday afternoon.
Veterans and legislators gathered in the Capitol Tuesday to celebrate a bill designating a Korean War veterans memorial in Kansas City.
Columbia Rep. David Tyson Smith joined the push to remove a mural depicting an “ugly past” from the Boone County courthouse this week.
The display, “Making History: Kansas City and the Rise of Gay Rights,” was meant to be in the Capitol from the end of August until December.
David Kelly, the new director of the Department of Natural Resources Division of State Parks, has made them his life’s work.
The LGBTQ history exhibit that was relocated from the Missouri Capitol is receiving widespread support and calls for it to be moved back.