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There have been 443,838 confirmed cases of coronavirus in Missouri and 6,485 deaths.
As Missouri continues the first phase of its vaccine distribution plan, a new bill seeks to allow dentists to vaccinate patients.
The Missouri House officially elected Rep. Rob Vescovo as Speaker of the House for the 101st General Assembly on the first day of session.
Missouri agencies are testing wastewater and sewer systems for traces of the COVID-19 virus as part of a new tracking project.
As he enters his final term in the House, Rep. Shamed Dogan is looking at a possible future back home as the St. Louis County executive.
"Transit is critical to Missouri, and this funding is critical to sustaining transit operations across the state."
"Recycling, when done properly, is a potent tool to help protect the environment."
Parson announced $46 million in child care funding to ensure child care providers can support the needs of working Missouri families
Missouri’s PSC agreed to waive its rules on in-person hearings for Ameren Transmission Company due to the COVID-19 pandemic.