After more than seven years, Missouri Historical Society President Dr. Frances Levine is retiring from the organization next year.
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Court fees can be waived for honorably discharged veterans under a proposal included in this year’s bipartisan criminal justice bill.
The Purple Star Campus program is a “key issue” for the Department of Defense, a spokesperson said.
Two highways in St. Louis will be renamed in memory of David Dorn, a retired St. Louis police captain who was killed in 2020.
Gov. Mike Parson signed four bills Tuesday, including reforms to the way utilities change water and sewer rates.
"Missouri remains a leader in defending our nation with a representative strengthened by two bases in one congressional district."
Three alumni of Webster University were tapped for positions by President Biden, both in his administration and his presidential campaign.
The Department of Defense’s Employer Support of the Guard and Reserve (ESGR) Committee has found a new state chair in Tom Krahenbuhl.
More than $14 billion in military defense contracts were awarded to Missouri companies during the 2019 fiscal year, according to a report.
“America’s service members make untold sacrifices on our nation’s behalf, and it is our responsibility to ensure those who need support can get it.”