Missouri Governor Mike Parson on Friday said his administration would make an announcement sometime before the end of the year about funds it saved to combat the coronavirus pandemic, potentially including over a billion in CARES Act dollars, but offered few specifics.
On the same day Missouri Republican Sen. Josh Hawley said its conduct was inappropriate, Twitter said it made changes to its policies that resulted in user’s inability to post a link to a New York Post article about Hunter Biden, son of Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden.
Missouri Gov. Mel Carnahan lost his life in a plane crash 20 years ago this month. Two decades later, the governor's air travel remains a point of contention.
A ruling in a closely watched Platte County case could affect the status of thousands of unregulated electric gambling devices across Missouri.
Missouri Gov. Mike Parson held a ceremonial signing for Missouri House Bill No. 66 Tuesday morning. The bill is designed to provide witnesses with protection.
An unknown number of absentee voters in Buchanan County may have cast ballots with the wrong language for an initiative that primarily hopes to change how legislative districts are drawn.
Shortly after a campaign stop in St. Joseph, a Democratic secretary of state challenger is condemning what he calls a closed-door meeting between the staff of current Secretary of State Jay Ashcroft and a toxic election lawyer.
Missouri Governor Mike Parson’s special session on crime came to an abrupt end this past week as the Missouri House adjourned without acting on three bills sent over by the Senate. The result: only two bills made it to the governor’s desk.
A deadline for Disney to remove the movie “Mulan” from its streaming service, as requested by Missouri Senator Josh Hawley, passed on Friday.
The longtime debate of daylight saving time is being looked at again with the ongoing pandemic as a new reason not to change the clocks this Nov. 1.
ATCHISON, Kan. — U.S. Senator Jerry Moran visited Atchison to say it is a model for small town America in every way.
The fundraising advantage for the top spot in the show-me state has flipped.
U.S. Missouri Sen. Roy Blunt said he's against a mandated "no-disconnect" policy from utility providers during the COVID-19 pandemic while Missouri Governor Mike Parson said he's evaluating what can be done for St. Joseph residents impacted by flooding in a visit to Northwest Missouri on Wednesday.
When Roy Blunt won statewide office in 1984, he became Missouri’s first Republican secretary of state in a half-century.
As a candidate who had not before held elected office, Henry Martin spent much of his time in 2018 introducing himself to voters. He hopes that step won’t be necessary in 2020.