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Children of Republican accused of abuse call for Missouri House to...

Rick Roeber was elected to the Missouri House last week while facing allegations by his adult children that he physically and sexually abused them...

Mike Parson faces opportunities, challenges in new term as Missouri governor

Missouri Gov. Mike Parson made history last week.  He became the first Republican in more than three decades to win a second term as governor,...

Missouri governor open to adding COVID liability to legislative special session...

JEFFERSON CITY— Missouri Gov. Mike Parson said he would consider adding COVID-19 liability protection to a special session if legislation that can be passed...

Missouri lawmakers return with $1.3 billion COVID package on agenda

The Missouri General Assembly is being asked to prepare for the possible return of unspent CARES Act funds held by counties and add almost...

Missouri medical marijuana trial focuses on alleged role of insiders on...

A Missouri family that was denied a license to grow medical marijuana alleged in court this week that outside groups and individuals had undue...

‘Emotional rollercoaster’: County health agencies struggle to get federal COVID-19 funds

In Ripley County, if you want to get tested for the novel coronavirus, your options are limited. It’s been two years since the county’s hospital...

Handful of Missouri legislative races will determine fate of GOP super...

First things first, there’s one thing that’s absolutely certain: Missouri Republicans are in no danger of losing their legislative majorities. When the 101st Missouri General...

Missourians fight to keep their homes with end of eviction moratorium...

Phone calls from families on the verge of losing their homes have jumped 300 percent at Catholic Charities of Southern Missouri. “And we’re getting more...

Missouri FOP revokes endorsement of Republican whose children say he abused...

The Missouri Fraternal Order of Police has rescinded its endorsement of Rick Roeber, a Republican candidate for the Missouri House accused by his two...

The Missouri governor who was never governor

In early October 1864, Major General Sterling Price was poised to strike at Jefferson City with a force of about 12,000 men who had...

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