Does Missouri’s Open Records law cover agencies that contract with the state and use state money for projects?
State Republican legislative leaders have called a joint hearing that will review programs that could be used to provide assistance for refugee resettlement in Missouri.
Bishops John Gaydos of the Jefferson City Diocese, James V. Johnston Jr. of Kansas City-St. Joseph, Thomas E. Reidy of Springfield-Cape Girardeau and Archbishop Robert J. Carlson of St. Louis expressed their "solidarity with all those terrorized by ISIS and other violent extremists."
9 bids opened seeking contract to build new JC Parks-LU project
Eleven construction firms want the contract to build the planned Wellness Center on the Lincoln University campus, across Lafayette Street from the Jefferson City High School complex. Architects opened nine bids Thursday afternoon, ranging from a low bid of $11.376 million to a high of $12.628 million.
Senator says bringing Syrians to U.S. isn’t in best interest of anyone
Before letting more Syrian refugees into the U.S., Sen. Roy Blunt told reporters Thursday: “We definitely need to hit the ‘pause’ button here, until we can figure out a way that you can determine that the refugees don’t put Americans at risk.”
A three-judge appeals court panel this week rewrote the summary statement for a proposed ballot initiative, but rejected the sponsors’ complaints the fiscal note and fiscal summary were wrong.
Almost 8½ years after Oleksandr Nikolayevich Druzenko married Patricia Anne Ewalt in Jefferson City — so he could stay in the United States after his student visa expired — he was sentenced Wednesday to “time served” for his role in two federal marriage fraud cases.
Because the Legislature last spring prohibited the state from paying dues to support the Common Core education standards, a state appeals court panel in Kansas City ruled Tuesday, a lawsuit challenging those payments now is “moot,” or no longer active.
Lincoln University’s Faculty Senate voted Tuesday to seek changes in administrators’ plans for a “program review” of LU’s course offerings.
Jefferson City’s NAACP Branch approved a resolution Monday night supporting the efforts by University of Missouri student protesters seeking culture change at the state’s largest college campus.