A group of Missouri law professors has questioned the impact of the proposed religious liberty amendment to the Missouri Constitution, generally known as Senate Joint Resolution 39 or SJR 39.
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It’s spring! The forsythias and redbuds have bloomed. The dogwoods, deutzias, spirea and serviceberry will follow.
When thinking of garden clubs of old, many will envision elderly women dressed up, sipping tea and talking about flowers.
Current, prospective students think of others
Part of the culture at William Woods University is college students helping younger students, and passing that ideal along through the years, according to Mary Ann Beahon, director of university relations.
After a year of work, a monument to honor a Callaway County soldier killed in Kuwait will be erected at the end of the month.
A Mokane man is suing the Callaway County Sheriff’s Department over an incident that occurred in 2014.
The Missouri Senate announced Thursday it is suspending contempt proceedings against a Planned Parenthood CEO after reaching an agreement to review some documents a legislative committee investigating the organization subpoenaed last year.
The Missouri House has rejected a proposal to legalize medical marijuana.
A bill given first-round approval in the Missouri House would give state residents a chance to vote on whether to ban red-light cameras.
Hours after the Missouri Senate sent legislation to Gov. Jay Nixon aimed at clamping down the state’s loose ethics laws, senators voted for a provision to strip a gift ban from a bill that was intended to bar lobbyist gifts to lawmakers.
Planned Parenthood will lose state funding while universities, colleges and public schools will see millions of dollars more under a Missouri budget passed Thursday by the Legislature.
Recognizing people are hungry in her hometown, Brittney Eaton is asking for help this Saturday planting vegetables.
Changes affecting some county employees were made to two policy manual items Wednesday by Callaway County commissioners.
Holts Summit pupils see education taking flight
Callaway Hills Elementary students cheered and waved their hands as Liberty, a bald eagle, appeared in view and flapped his wings.