Moving Missouri’s primary election date from August to June would give candidates more time to campaign against their rival party’s counterparts, but it would shorten the time they have to distinguish themselves from rivals within their own party before nominees are picked.
A ceasefire to a costly war has been asked for, not in Syria or in Ukraine, but in an economic war between Kansas and Missouri.
Missouri’s prosecuting attorneys and representatives of several victims’ advocate groups spent Tuesday afternoon visiting with Missouri senators — urging them to support the proposed rewrite of the state’s entire criminal code.
Missouri payrolls grew in January while the state’s unemployment remained unchanged at 6 percent.
Missouri has a backlog of about 22,000 parents and children waiting to learn whether they will be covered by Medicaid.
Missouri lawmakers have given initial approval to a mid-year budget plan that addresses funding shortfalls for schools and social services.
A proposed truce in the Kansas City business battle between Missouri and Kansas has gained another endorsement in Missouri.
A House panel has endorsed legislation that moves Missouri's primary elections to June.
Missouri's cold winter is killing off more fish than usual in ponds and lakes.
Hats and wedding rings thrown into contest
Leonard Steinman has run for Jefferson City mayor, Cole County Western District commissioner, Missouri governor and the U.S. House of Representatives.
A Missouri community has come together to help a 7-year-old girl battling cancer fulfill her unique dream.
3 area lawmakers pleased by release of funds for capital improvements
Three Mid-Missouri lawmakers are pleased with Gov. Jay Nixon’s release last Friday of $132.5 million in capital improvements money.
The Senate Majority Leader says legislation to extend Missouri’s abortion waiting period will be debated this week.
Gov. Jay Nixon is in favor of the proposed oil pipeline route through the middle of the United States, joining other Midwestern governors who are urging President Barack Obama to approve its construction.
A struggling southeast Missouri town that once served as a summer getaway for wealthy St. Louis residents hopes its role in a new network TV show comes with an economic boost.
Missouri Gov. Jay Nixon is supporting the proposed Keystone XL oil pipeline, joining other Midwestern governors who are urging President Barack Obama to approve its construction.
After a one-day weather delay, Missouri Gov. Jay Nixon is heading to Canada on a business trip.
A small handful of donors account for the bulk of money raised for statewide candidates and ballot measures in Missouri, according to a newspaper analysis on Monday.
Missouri motorists could be able to buy a higher blend of ethanol gasoline as early as this summer because of a new policy pushed by Gov. Jay Nixon over the unsuccessful objections of some lawmakers.
Some Missouri lawmakers want exercise to be taxing — not taxed.