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Missouri right-to-work law headed for public vote

Published Nov. 23 2017

Following a review Missouri's Secretary of State Jay Ashcroft has certified that a new right-to-work law will be put to...

November firearms season ends with 191,000+ deer harvested in Missouri

Published Nov. 22 2017

Preliminary data from the Missouri Department of Conservation show deer hunters in Missouri harvested 191,368 deer during the November portion...

Missouri minimum wage set to rise to $7.85 an hour

Published Nov. 21 2017

Missouri's minimum wage is set to increase 15 cents to $7.85 an hour next year.

Education commissioner remains following board's split vote

Published Nov. 21 2017

The Missouri State Board of Education has voted down an effort to fire the state's top education official.

FBI, Justice to investigate St. Louis-area police

Published Nov. 21 2017

ST. LOUIS (AP) — A federal investigation will look into possible civil rights violations by police in the St.

Greitens removes education board appointee

Published Nov. 21 2017

Gov. Eric Greitens on Monday — the day before State Board of Education members were expected to discuss whether to...

University of Missouri approves using pigs for research, despite protests

Published Nov. 20 2017

The University of Missouri says it will continue to use live pigs to train emergency room doctors, despite protests involving...

Nixa opens largest solar farm in state

Published Nov. 20 2017

NIXA (AP) — A city in southwest Missouri has opened the largest solar farm in the state.The new Nixa Solar...

Opioid deaths may top traffic fatalities in Missouri

Published Nov. 20 2017

Deaths from opioid overdose could exceed traffic fatalities in Missouri this year, for the first time ever.

Friends rehabilitate home for slain father's family

Published Nov. 19 2017

For the people who loved Marco Green, so much is out of their control.

Stricter controls on PACs possible after Star report

Published Nov. 19 2017

Missouri lawmakers may place stricter controls on spending by political action committees.

State seeks input on how to spend $41M from Volkswagen

Published Nov. 19 2017

JEFFERSON CITY (AP) — The state of Missouri is looking for input on how to spend $41 million from a...

Lt. Gov. report details issues at Veterans Home

Published Nov. 19 2017

Missouri's Public Safety Department last week launched its investigation of the St. Louis Veterans Home, which Gov. Eric Greitens ordered...

State Honoree: Custodian a positive influence on veterans

Published Nov. 19 2017

A custodian at the Missouri Veterans Home in St. James has been named State Employee of the Month.Democrito Saberon, or...

St. Louis police issue order acknowledging journalist rights

Published Nov. 18 2017

ST. LOUIS (AP) — St. Louis police officers will be required each month to read and acknowledge an order reiterating...

Missouri panel votes against low-income housing tax credits

Published Nov. 17 2017

Missouri Gov. Eric Greitens and a state commission have voted against low-income housing tax credits.

Missouri report cards difficult to analyze amid test errors

Published Nov. 16 2017

Annual report cards on Missouri school districts and charter schools have been released, but it's difficult to know exactly how...

Interest group seeks public rebuke of ruling

Published Nov. 16 2017

Missouri members of the Massachusetts-based National Parents Organization say an appeals court ruling last month ignored a 2016 law that...

State could gain thousands of jobs under tax reform

Published Nov. 16 2017

State Treasurer Eric Schmitt said Wednesday both tax reform plans being debated by Congress would create at least 18,000 jobs...

Greitens appears to lack board votes to fire education chief

Published Nov. 15 2017

Four of the eight members of the State Board of Education say they oppose Missouri Gov. Eric Greitens' efforts to...

Forum discusses MU campus 2 years after protests

Published Nov. 15 2017

Two years after protests over racial discrimination rocked the University of Missouri, participants at a forum said progress has been...

Attorney General Hawley sued over 'residence'

Published Nov. 15 2017

Missouri Attorney General Josh Hawley either should establish residence in Jefferson City or resign from office, Jefferson City resident Donna...

Appeals court re-instates 8 convictions

Published Nov. 15 2017

Joseph L. Payne and seven other Missouri prison inmates lost a case Tuesday they previously had won in trial courts.