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U.S. Senator Roy Blunt introduced a bipartisan effort to allocate federal funds for the maintenance of rural bridges Tuesday.
The St. Louis Fire Department is the first in the nation to use a new state-of-the-art fire truck thanks to a donation from Ameren Missouri.
All aboard! Amtrak is getting back on track with two round-trip trains per day in Missouri beginning in mid-July after the coronavirus pandemic partially derailed service.
An attempt to put the proposed gas tax increase on the ballot was rejected due to a technical error — but the group has already refiled.
Missouri communities could regulate the use of delivery robots under a bill passed by both chambers of the Missouri Legislature this session.
With new electric buses introduced in Kansas City, Congressman Emanuel Cleaver is seeking federal funds to bolster its electric fleet.
As Missouri celebrates its bicentennial, a new landmark is under construction in the capital city to celebrate the milestone.
The petition suggests placing the proposal on the Nov. 8, 2022 ballot — more than a year after the first increase would take place.
As electric vehicles become more and more prominent in the U.S., the first electric school bus in the state is rolling into rural Missouri.