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The Missouri House gave first round approval this week to legislation that would require notification at least 90 days before a vote to permanently cease fluoridation.
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The Washington Missourian reports that Franklin County deputies went to a home on Monday to serve a search warrant.
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For Missourians, two words, show me , proclaim to all that its residents are skeptical of matters and not easily convinced.
Missouri knows how to celebrate Earth Day, April 22. It's smack-dab in the middle of the state's annual Show-Me Green Sales Tax Holiday.
Highway 63 bridge work near Columbia has created some traffic congestion for alternative routes.
The Missouri Senate has confirmed a longtime employee of the Missouri Department of Social Services to be the agency's new director.
Missouri Department of Transportation is testing out a new way to keep work zones safe.
In the basement of Ellis Library, the State Historical Society's headquarters, there's nowhere near enough room for the thousands of illustrations by 19th century explorers, the canvases of 20th century political artists or the more than 14,000 editorial cartoons that make up just a part of its collection.
Setting up a likely veto showdown, the Republican-led Missouri Legislature gave final approval Wednesday to an income tax cut for millions of individuals and thousands of business owners that Democratic Gov. Jay Nixon warned could imperil funding for public schools and services.
The Republican-controlled Missouri House endorsed a pair of measures Wednesday that would expand early voting, though Democratic critics called it a "sham" that could circumvent a separate voting initiative that would go further.
The Missouri Department of Corrections realized in July 2013 that Anderson, then slated for release, never served a 13-year sentence for helping rob a Burger King employee in 1999 due to an apparent clerical error.
The Missouri Senate has endorsed legislation to renew an expiring prescription drug benefit for over 200,000 low-income and disabled seniors.
This undated photo provided by the Missouri Department of Corrections shows Cornealious Anderson.
Once again, the Missouri LP is running a full slate of candidates for federal offices.
In a valley wedged between the Mississippi and Missouri rivers, St. Louis often finds itself beset by a stationary air mass that only a severe storm of some kind can dislodge.
Via Acquire Media NewsEdge) We've been down this road before. Last year a bill passed the Missouri General Assembly and was signed into law by Gov. Jay Nixon that would have changed how decisions are made about placement of cell phone towers.