Starting later this summer, the Department of Social Services will take gradual steps to ease Missouri’s return to the regular SNAP/Food Stamp program operation.
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After nearly two decades working for the city, Columbia City Manager John Glascock is retiring in January.
Missouri ranked No. 32 in broadband access compared to the rest of the country, according to Tim Arbeiter, director of broadband development.
Missouri’s PSC approved a change to Evergy Missouri West and Osage Valley Electric Cooperative’s territorial agreement this week.
The state of Missouri was awarded three StateScoop 50 awards this year, recognizing its achievements in technology and public service.
Missouri’s net general revenue increased by more than 128 percent last month compared to last May, according to the latest report.
Attorney General Eric Schmitt withdrew a lawsuit against St. Louis County Thursday after health orders aimed at COVID-19 were lifted.
Last year saw a significant reduction in vehicle stops across the state, according to the Attorney General’s Office’s Vehicle Stops Report.
Effective June 15, Missouri's appellate and circuit courts no longer will be required to conduct court proceedings and courthouse activities pursuant to the previously prescribed COVID procedures for jury trials.
At-home tests that check for the presence of SARS-CoV-2, the virus that causes COVID-19, are now available for free to Missouri residents.