“We’re not going to have police officers, we’re not going to have the citizens of Missouri being shot in our streets in this state.”
The Missouri Times
A coalition of groups have signed a letter to Gov. Mike Parson asking him to veto a controversial criminal justice reform bill.
At least 13,575 Missourians have tested positive for coronavirus.
Here's a look at the positive cases within the Missouri Department of Corrections — among both inmates and prison employees.
Missouri State Auditor Nicole Galloway has released an audit of the Clay County Recorder of Deeds, giving an overall rating of "good."
An estimated 1,000 protestors convened in Missouri’s capital city to demonstrate and march in solidarity against racism and police brutality.
The cases were confirmed and discovered after a two-day testing spree was conducted on about 500 individuals assigned to the 1st Battalion, 48th Infantry Regiment.
Gov. Mike Parson has announced over $209 million in additional withholds over the COVID-19 pandemic.
Missourians in rural areas are feeling ready to get out and move forward, according to Senate President Pro Tem Dave Schatz.
James Shackelford is running to serve the Kansas City Northland in the Missouri House.