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Missouri House passes prevailing wage repeal

Published Mar. 30 2017

The Missouri House has passed a bill that would repeal the state's "prevailing wage" law for public construction projects.

Missouri House passes bill overturning St. Louis abortion ordinance

Published Mar. 30 2017

The Missouri House has passed a bill overturning a St. Louis ordinance that seeks to protect women who have abortions...

Missouri House votes down Medicaid expansion

Published Mar. 30 2017

Missouri's Republican-led House has squashed an attempt by Democrats to expand Medicaid eligibility.

City moves closer to MSP acquisition

Published Mar. 30 2017

Jefferson City is another step closer to gaining control of almost 32 acres of the old Missouri State Penitentiary (MSP).

Missouri lawmakers advance plan to ban red-light cameras

Published Mar. 29 2017

Lawmakers are advancing a proposal to ban Missouri cities and counties from using red-light cameras.

Missouri House OK's plan for $242 million for unexpected bills

Published Mar. 29 2017

The Missouri House has passed a proposal to spend roughly $242 million more than planned this fiscal year to pay...

House passes adult high school bill

Published Mar. 29 2017

Adult Missourians without a high school diploma may have a new opportunity to earn one.

Bill overturning St. Louis abortion ordinance advances

Published Mar. 28 2017

The Missouri House has given initial approval to a bill that would overturn a St. Louis ordinance that seeks to...

Greitens says Trump might intervene on Missouri IDs

Published Mar. 28 2017

Missouri Gov. Eric Greitens says people should have the option of getting IDs that allow them to enter airports and...

Missouri governor signs change to expert witness vetting

Published Mar. 28 2017

A new Missouri law will change the standard for vetting expert witnesses in jury trials.

Greitens still against expanding Medicaid in Missouri

Published Mar. 28 2017

Gov. Eric Greitens says he's still against expanding eligibility for Medicaid in Missouri following failed efforts in Congress to overhaul...

Missouri House votes to crack down on local lobbyist gifts

Published Mar. 27 2017

Missouri House members are trying to ban local lobbyists from giving gifts to elected officials, including school superintendents.

Ex-US Rep. Stockman expects to be 'vindicated' on charges

Published Mar. 25 2017

Former U.S. Rep. Steve Stockman says he expects "to be vindicated" on allegations he conspired with staffers to bilk conservative...

Effort to stop right to work dealt blow in Missouri court

Published Mar. 24 2017

A Missouri judge says summaries of initiative petitions against right to work no longer fit since Gov. Eric Greitens signed...

Missouri governor to meet with Trump this weekend

Published Mar. 24 2017

Republican Gov. Eric Greitens will be visiting the U.S. Capitol this weekend to talk policy with federal officials, including President...

Missouri Gov. Greitens touts support of health care overhaul

Published Mar. 23 2017

Missouri Gov. Eric Greitens is backing a contested health care overhaul proposed in the U.S. House.

Candidates seek New Bloomfield School Board seats

Published Mar. 21 2017

The New Bloomfield Board of Education has three seats open this election and four candidates: Deborah Cuno and Craig Abbott...

Jefferson City Council candidates talk issues, economy

Published Mar. 19 2017

The local economy and Jefferson City's infrastructure are concerns for at least eight of the nine people running for one...

King maintains support in Iowa after inflammatory comments

Published Mar. 19 2017

Outside his rural congressional district stretching over 39 Iowa counties, conservative U.S. Rep. Steve King's stream of inflammatory comments generate...

Young Americans: Most see Trump as illegitimate president

Published Mar. 18 2017

Jermaine Anderson keeps going back to the same memory of Donald Trump, then a candidate for president of the United...

Missouri prisons head orders change after harassment claims

Published Mar. 17 2017

The head of Missouri's prison system is implementing a zero-tolerance policy for managers who fail to respond to reports of...

University of Missouri makes plan to cover budget gap

Published Mar. 17 2017

The University of Missouri's Columbia campus will cover a $17 million gap between budgeted spending and available revenue with the...

Missouri House OKs bill to limit medical malpractice suits

Published Mar. 16 2017

A bill advancing in the Missouri Legislature would change whom patients could sue for medical malpractice.