The largest utility in Kansas pledges to close nearly all of its coal-burning plants in the next 20 years.
The union sent a letter to the school board and Superintendent Mark Miles addressing an “unhealthy and unproductive” environment in the district.
The bill has many amendments, which may make it hard to pass as time grows short.
The budget would also cover the cost of unemployment overpayments to Missourians during the pandemic.
The House Bill 241 just got its first public hearing, but the legislative session will end in about a week.
Eleven tax-related amendments were added to a Senate bill by the House Wednesday, setting up a showdown over what to keep.
House lawmakers debated for over six hours Tuesday the largest crime bill of the legislative session.
Gov. Mike Parson said it's time to "take this step towards normalcy."
Steven Allen, 45, pleaded guilty Tuesday to two counts of producing and one count of distributing child pornography.
The St. Louis Civilian Oversight Board report indicated it has been undermined from reviewing officer-involved shootings.
Only certain agencies can inspect such facilities under the bill, which becomes law if the governor signs it.
The bill is one of Gov. Mike Parson's priorities for the year but has run into opposition in the House and Senate.
K-12 teachers are concerned about legislation that would take money away from public schools to increase school choice.
Spencer Toder is the fifth Democrat to announce a Senate run.
Forecasters say much of the South could see more severe weather Tuesday.
Zyan Teague, 21, is charged in the March 20 death of 31-year-old Byren Dennie, of Kansas City.
The issue of intimate partner violence is layered and complex, making leaving difficult. Improving public awareness would help, experts say.
Vaccination rates vary widely across Missouri and Kansas as officials work to persuade more people to get the coronavirus shots.
A substitute shortening Missouri's period unemployment eligibility was the bill's "poison pill," said Sen. Schupp.
The legislation represents the latest effort by lawmakers to make it clear that it is legal to teach the Bible, as a text.
The regulations include limiting local health officials' authority and barring public agencies from requiring vaccinations.