How Missouri’s government handled two years of COVID-19

  Missouri recorded its first positive case of what was then known as “the novel coronavirus” on March 7, Two years later, the virus persists throughout the Show-Me State, the and the In those 24 months, COVID-19…

House committee considers court fees to fund sheriffs’ pensions | News

  JEFFERSON CITY — A proposed constitutional amendment could tack a $7 fee to every civil case filing to fund retirement for county The House Pensions Committee held a public hearing Wednesday on HJR The resolution proposes charging…

Former House speaker Elijah Haahr debuts daily KWTO talk show

JEFFERSON CITY — A former Speaker of the Missouri House will once again appear daily in the media — this time not as a subject, but a Speaker Elijah Haahr, a Springfield Republican who led the House for two legislative…

MO House leaders propose $500 tax credits with budget surplus

JEFFERSON CITY — Republican leaders in the Missouri House said Monday evening they had filed a plan for one-time $500 tax bill, filed by budget chair Cody Smith of Carthage, has the support of top GOP lawmakers and is similar to a bill…

Missouri is under served in severe weather radar coverage

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Testing Wastewater in Missouri to Track Spread of COVID & Delta Variant, Identifying Mu Variant

Testing Wastewater in Missouri to Track Spread of COVID & Delta Variant, Identifying Mu Variant

Missouri community welcomes back bus driver who battled COVID

Missouri community welcomes back bus driver who battled COVID

State of Stories:  The State of the State:  Missouri Writers on Missouri.

State of Stories: The State of the State: Missouri Writers on Missouri.

Historian group writes to Missouri governor about LGBTQ exhibit removal

Historian group writes to Missouri governor about LGBTQ exhibit removal

Mask mandates cause political division in Missouri

Mask mandates cause political division in Missouri