The Missouri Department of Health and Senior Services is pleased to announce it has begun the process of making the first transfer of funds from Missouri’s medical marijuana program to the Missouri Veterans Commission (MVC).
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U.S. Navy veteran, father, and local family business member Sean Pouche has been nominated by the Platte County Republican Committee to replace Rep. Vic Allred for the November General Election.
The Urban League of Metropolitan St. Louis is set to receive a $1 million federal grant to expand its Serving Our Streets Initiative.
The next round of community testing events will take place from Sept. 14-23 in eight counties throughout Missouri.
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 Public Service Commission (PSC) dismissed an objection to virtual testimony in an Evergy Missouri West case.
With the state bouncing back from a turbulent financial period in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic, some legislators have set their sights on a new tax stream for Missouri.
Gov. Mike Parson’s lead over State Auditor Nicole Galloway in Missouri’s gubernatorial race has increased since May, according to a new survey from We Ask America.
The Missouri State Board of Nursing has approved the expansion of an innovative, student-centered approach to help paramedics become licensed nurses while also addressing the nursing shortage in Missouri.