Gov. Mike Parson activated the Missouri National Guard “as a precautionary measure” as protests have broken out across the country after a grand jury declined to indict Louisville police officers on charges directly related to the death of Breonna Taylor.
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Gov. Mike Parson officially signed the two bills that came out of the special session on violent crime Monday afternoon.
The Missouri Fraternal Order of Police endorsed Gov. Mike Parson and Lt. Gov. Mike Kehoe Monday.
The Missouri Legislature adjourned from its special session on violent crime Wednesday, sending two bills to the governor’s desk.
The Urban League of Metropolitan St. Louis is set to receive a $1 million federal grant to expand its Serving Our Streets Initiative.
The first batch of sexual assault kits sent to be tested by the Attorney General’s Office yielded nearly a dozen hits on CODIS.
Missouri’s General Assembly signed off on the witness protection bill this week, sending the measure on to the governor’s desk for final approval.
"My colleagues and I were willing to use every tool at our disposal to begin the turning of the tide in St. Louis — starting with HB 2."
Senate Republicans opted to move the previous question in a last-ditch effort to pass a concurrent jurisdiction provision early Thursday morning after a long day of debate in the chamber.