University of Missouri bans all tobacco use on campus

COLUMBIA, Mo. – Students, faculty, and even visitors will have to leave their tobacco products at the door when visiting the University of Missouri’s...

Governor Parson names Highway Patrol superintendent as next Public Safety director

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. – The next director of Missouri’s Department of Public Safety will be Col. Sandra K. Karsten. Gov. Mike Parson announced his appointment...

Karsten announces retirement, effective Sept. 1

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. – Colonel Sandra K. Karsten, the first woman to ever serve as superintendent of the Missouri State Highway Patrol in its...

Design contracts awarded for major modernizations of Missouri Veterans Homes in St. Louis, St....

JEFFERSON CITY - The Missouri Veterans Commission is taking a major step forward to modernize its Veterans Homes in St. Louis, St. James and...

State reimbursements to county jails questioned in new lawsuit over jail bills

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. – A Missouri woman is suing the state’s Department of Corrections on the grounds that she shouldn’t be charged for a...

Bipartisan panel to talk mass incarceration on Friday

ST. LOUIS — Legislators from across the political spectrum are coming together Friday evening to discuss possible alternatives to mass incarceration in Missouri that enhance...

MoDOT joins other transportation stakeholders in signing pledge to fight human trafficking

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. – The Missouri Department of Transportation is joining the fight against human trafficking. In a news release issued on Monday, MoDOT said...

Budget committee discusses messy managed care changes, DSS admits mistakes were made

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. – A new state policy regarding Medicaid’s managed care system is proving to be one of the most contentious and complicated...

House Budget committee lambasts DHSS and Parson administration over trauma care program

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. – Missouri’s top budget lawmaker in the House of Representatives is not happy. Rep. Scott Fitzpatrick, the chairman of the House Budget...

Voting open for MSHP’s entry into ‘Best Looking Cruiser’

The Missouri State Highway Patrol is taking part in the American Association of State Troopers’ "2018 America's Best Looking Cruiser Contest" and invites the...

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