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Missourians living overseas - including those in the military - can now register to vote and get their absentee ballots online through a new secure website set up by the secretary of state's office.
Six months have passed since developers announced their intent to acquire prime real estate at the southeast corner of intersection Highway 9 and Highway 45 in Parkville.
Kraus, who is unopposed for a second term in the Senate, plans to form an official campaign committee for statewide office immediately after the general election in November.
The Gravois Arm Sewer District is receiving funding for a preliminary engineering report from the Missouri Department of Natural Resources for the phase four sewer project.
The payday loan lobby is quite powerful in Missouri, a state home to more payday loan operations than McDonalds and Starbucks combined .
Gov. Jay Nixon signed legislation Thursday expanding government-funded prenatal health coverage and allowing some newly trained doctors to go to work more quickly in areas of Missouri where there are physician shortages.
Missouri Gov. Jay Nixon vetoed legislation that would have limited who could work in the state as a health insurance guide and blamed a national conservative group for injecting an error into the model legislation.
The backlash from agricultural and rural groups in Kansas and elsewhere in response to proposed changes in federal rules regarding water protection has been strong enough to draw Environmental Protection Agency Administrator Gina McCarthy to the heartland to defend the move.
The Missourian Minute is a regular video series of scenes from around mid-Missouri.
New, stricter state and federal standards mean the city of Kirksville is going to have to make major, expensive upgrades at its Wastewater Treatment Plant south of town.
The financial uncertainty about the Federal Highway Trust Fund running out of money by the end of the month has trickled down to Jefferson City.
Governor Jay Nixon announced he has vetoed House Bill 1326 and Senate Bill 506, also known as the Missouri Dairy Revitalization Act of 2014, during a meeting of the Missouri Conservation Commission on Tuesday.
National attention has been drawn to the constitutionality of the death penalty due to the botched execution of Oklahoma inmate Clayton Lockett that took place in April.
Missourians serving in the military who are stationed outside of the state will now be able to vote using a new online platform.
The Missouri Department of Transportation will close Interstate 44, formerly known as the "depressed section" of Interstate 70, for the CityArchRiver Park Over the Highway project.
Ivy Pinkstaff, 5, hugs her foster brother while sitting next to her sister, Hannah Pinkstaff, 8, on June 27. The Pinkstaff family took a break and cooled off after spending about a half-hour enjoying the playground equipment.
Updated: Fri Jul 11, 2014 03:49 am
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