51 min ago
Mo. lawmakers give mixed results on business aid
Missouri lawmakers revamped four of the state's main business incentives on the final day of their legislative session, but failed Friday to pass a broader measure that would have scaled back costly tax credits for developers.
5 hrs ago
A look at Mo. legislative action during 2013
The Missouri Legislature concluded work Friday on its 2013 session. Here's a look at what passed and what failed.
13 hrs ago
Sedalia News Journal
Discover fishing in Missouri with MDC Free Fishing Days June 8-9
Discover the lure of Missouri outdoors with the Missouri Department of Conservation's Free Fishing Days June 8 and 9. During Free Fishing Days, anyone can fish in the Show-Me-State without having to buy a fishing permit, trout stamp or trout park daily tag.
Fri May 17, 2013
Nixon Threatens Layoffs Over 8-Month Budget For Missouri's Motor Vehicles Division
Governor Jay Nixon is threatening to lay off state workers unless Republican lawmakers fully fund the Missouri Department of Revenue's Motor Vehicles Division for a full fiscal year.
What If Women Are Offered Contraception for Free?
Last fall, researchers in Missouri caught the attention of public health experts and advocates across North America.
River Front Times
Marijuana Decriminalization Bill Finally Gets Hearing on Last Day of Session
A proposal to decriminalize marijuana across the state will have a hearing this morning at the Missouri House of Representatives -- which appears to be the farthest this effort has ever gone in the legislature.
Ask the Patch Pro: MoDOT Answers Your Questions
It's time for another edition of Ask the Patch Pro , where each week we tackle a different topic and open up the comments section for questions.
Thu May 16, 2013
Missouri legislators pass bill to reform Second Injury Fund
The Missouri General Assembly today passed a bill that would temporarily increase the amount employers pay into the state's financially troubled Second Injury workers' compensation fund.
Lee's Summit Tribune
Missouri House Approves Omnibus Firearms Bill Handled by Rep. Eric Burlison
May 15, 2013 11:53 p.m. JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. - Legislation approved by the Missouri House late Wednesday evening would remove the Missouri Department of Revenue from the process of issuing concealed carry weapon permits.
Thieves steal pedestrian signals at I-70, The Paseo
Thieves made off with 11 pedestrian signal poles, bases and heads along Interstate 70 at The Paseo on Monday, according to the Missouri Department of Transportation.
Wed May 15, 2013
KRCG-TV Jefferson City
Students buckle up for Safety Day
Both the Missouri State Highway Patrol and the Missouri Department of Transportation held activities at the event, which included a seat belt buckling race and a crash simulator.
KRCG-TV Jefferson City
Learn about the statue of soldier standing at attention on Missouri Boulevard
Behind the Staples and across the Steak and Shake on Missouri Boulevard, a lone sentry from a war few remember, but which played a critical role in establishing the modern National Guard, stands watch over the city.
Tue May 14, 2013
MoDOT is on the move
The Northwest District Office of the Missouri Department of Transportation held an open house at Milan C-2 Schools Tuesday evening for Sullivan County evening to discuss their 20 year plan.
APNewsBreak: Mo. Medicaid director out of a job
Ian McCaslin confirmed to The Associated Press that as of Tuesday, he is no longer the director of the MO HealthNet Division of the Department of Social Services.
Bridgeton Landfill owners must fix odor problem, attorney general says
Republic Services, which owns the Bridgeton Landfill, has come to an agreement with Missouri Attorney General Chris Koster to follow a schedule on work to reduce the landfill's odor.
Amtrak route from St. Louis to Kansas City in jeopardy
The Missouri River Runner, an Amtrak route between St. Louis and Kansas City, could come to an end without additional support from state taxpayers, the Kansas City Star reports.
from Readers: Civic Leaders Internship Program puts Mu students in government settings
Melissa Gilstrap is a senior at MU, majoring in journalism and English. She is also a student communications assistant in the MU Office of Undergraduate Studies and she was formerly a Missourian reporter in the fall of 2011.
Mon May 13, 2013
Missouri Legislature wraps up session
As the final week of the Missouri Legislative session comes to an end, lawmakers are scrambling to get all pieces of legislation read and voted on.
Barking Moonbat Early Warning System
You Say You Want A Revolution
Tonight, the Missouri State House voted to send Governor Jay Nixon what could arguably be the strongest defense against federal gun control measures in American history .
Sedalia News Journal
Money follows the person, says Care Connection
Options Counseling and Transition Coordination Services are available for elderly and disabled individuals who wish to reside in their community.