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6 hrs ago | Ledger-Enquirer.com
The Senate's 23-8 vote in a special session sends the measure to the House, where final approval could come as soon as Friday.
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7 hrs ago | KPLR-11
On the heels of Tuesday's announcement by Governor Nixon and the St. Louis Trade Unions to forgo overtime and work 24-hour schedule for the proposed Boeing 777X plant in St. Louis County; area community colleges have thrown their support behind the project.
11 hrs ago | Business Journal
Gov. Jay Nixon on Wednesday appointed Christine Bertelson, of Webster Groves, to serve on the 21st Circuit Judicial Commission.
15 hrs ago | Missourian
It just so happened that I was listening to "The Best of Paul Simon" and "Me and Julio down by the Schoolyard" at the same time that I happened upon two stories in the Missourian.
The Rams can break their 30-year lease after the 2014 season - a decade early - but have said little about their plans beyond expressing an interest to stay.
Boeing could receive up to $1.7 billion in tax breaks if it builds the new 777X airliner in St. Louis.
The Virginia Department of Taxation, under advisement from the office of the state's antigay outgoing attorney general Ken Cuccinelli, will not allow married same-sex couples to file joint federal tax returns.
Harum Helmy fell through a crack created by last year's Supreme Court decision allowing states to avoid expanding Medicaid.
Missouri lawmakers were seeking additional information as they started work this week on an incentives package aimed at winning production of Boeing's new 777X commercial airplane.
Committees of the Missouri House and Senate have scheduled hearings on incentives aimed at helping to persuade Boeing Co.
As the Arctic air sweeps in it will replace temperatures in the 50s, 60s and 70s with temperatures in the teens, 20s and 30s, in portions of the Plains and Midwest.
Virginia tax collectors are bucking the federal IRS, requiring married same-sex couples to file their state tax returns as single individuals.
Aside from the potentially billions of dollars it could cost to divert water from the Missouri River to western Kansas, the negotiations among interested parties would make such an infrastructure project a daunting task.
Gov. Jay Nixon wants state lawmakers back at the Capitol next week in hopes of persuading the Boeing Co.