With a renovation of the statehouse exterior finally completed, further improvements may be funded under a bill from Sen. Mike Bernskoetter.
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With the Missouri State Fair back in full force this year, fairgoers are set to celebrate with a handful of big names on the stage.
Missourians will have the option for license plates honoring the Negro Leagues Baseball Museum under a bill signed into law this week.
As Missouri celebrates its bicentennial, a new landmark is under construction in the capital city to celebrate the milestone.
As Missouri prepares to celebrate its bicentennial, its largest celebratory project is receiving a donation from Union Pacific.
Like his favorite superhero, freshman Rep. Brian Seitz says he hopes to promote three things: “truth, justice, and the American way."
The capital city is receiving $1.5 million in federal funds to support the commercial redevelopment of the Missouri State Penitentiary.
Amid an election shakeup and new rules, St. Louis Board of Aldermen President Lewis Reed is joining the race for mayor.
A year to the day ahead of the 200th anniversary of Missouri’s statehood, construction officially began on the Bicentennial Bridge.
$120 billion in supplements from the federal government are needed to revitalize the restaurant industry, according to the Missouri Restaurant Association.