Federal vaccine mandates could have a "chilling" effect on Missouri businesses and health care facilities, representatives from multiple industries said.
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The Spire STL Pipeline was granted a certificate to continue operating for 90 days, giving the project time to focus its engagement efforts.
Population shifts across Missouri could lead to a complicated redistricting process, the state demographer said Tuesday.
Overall scores for the MAP test fell last school year, something the state’s education department attributed to the COVID-19 pandemic.
The Missouri Health Facilities Review Committee approved St. Louis Children’s Hospital’s application to replace its CT unit Tuesday.
The 30-second spot is airing in cable markets in Cape Girardeau and Springfield.
Joelle Cannon, a Capitol Hill staffer and prominent economic conservative, is opting out of a bid for Missouri’s 7th congressional district.
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.
As he campaigns for U.S. Senate, Attorney General Eric Schmitt said voters want to see an experienced Republican take the spot.
"If the legislature wants to have an honest, difficult conversation about the support and cooperation the St. Louis region truly needs to thrive, my door is open."