A bill making it easer to borrow money for levee repairs was debated by state lawmakers Monday.
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Gov. Mike Parson stood in for President Trump, while across town Democrats frantically maneuvered for their favorites.
A potential tax credit for urban farm investment was assessed Wednesday evening.
Legislation would require labeling on products containing kratom, a substance that can replicate some effects of opiates.
“In general, Missouri underfunds higher education,” said state Rep. Kip Kendrick, D-Columbia, a member of the committee.
Law professor Frank Bowman III looks at the history of impeachment and the process as it stands now.
Republicans oppose gun control measures, while Democrats disagree with seeking changes in Clean Missouri's plan.
Pier 1 Imports announced Monday that it would close 450 of its locations.
Mayor Brian Treece announced a partnership between local law enforcement and a federal agency to curb violent crime.