Funeral planned for Friday in O’Fallon
Highway Patrol Trooper James Bava, 25, of Mexico, was killed Friday as he was trying to stop a motorcycle he had observed violating traffic laws, Cpl. Scott White said Monday.
There’s no commitment, yet — not even a formal proposal.
By the time the board of regents meets again in late January, their search for a new State Technical College of Missouri president could be underway.
Friday is the deadline to apply for this year’s Missouri Highway Patrol “Community Alliance Program.” Every two years, the Patrol’s Troop F offers a six-week class for Mid-Missourians to learn about the patrol’s operations.
When it comes to a discussion about right-to-work, and whether Missouri should adopt that idea as its labor policy, you can expect organized labor and the group Americans for Prosperity to be on clearly opposite sides of the debate.
A law that became official Friday allows many Missourians who owe back taxes to pay those taxes without additional penalties, under a three-month state amnesty program that begins Tuesday.
It’s been more than 15 months since a group of protesters disrupted the state Senate’s debate during the last weeks of the 2014 legislative session — but none of the 23 pastors charged in that case has gone to trial.
Urging legislators to override governor's veto of right-to-work bill
The group Americans for Prosperity said Tuesday it will be running new advertisements statewide starting Thursday, focusing “on the urgency of overriding Gov. Nixon’s veto of right-to-work.”
Former Lincoln University Professor Willis E. Byrd — fired by LU’s Board of Curators in 1988 for “failure to teach assigned classes” — will be honored with a bust to be placed in the Page Library, the current curators decided Friday during a closed session.
Gary Dusenberg served three terms in the Missouri House from Jackson County, from 2003-09.