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Attorney General Hawley Under InvestigationA rising star in the Missouri Republican party is under investigation for allegedly voting illegally in a special election.
Lt. Governor Calls for Sen. Chappelle-Nadal ExpulsionGears are moving in Jefferson City and it may not be up to her whether she stays in office or not.
Gov. Greitens Issues Stay of Execution for Marcellus WilliamsA statement from the governor says a five-member Board of Inquiry will review the evidence against Marcellus Williams in the 1998 stabbing death of Lisha Gayle.
Sen. Chappelle-Nadal Loses Duties After Trump Assassination RemarkRepublican and Democratic state Senate leaders on Tuesday rescinded all of the committee assignments of Democratic Sen. Maria Chappelle-Nadal. She had been a member of nine legislative committees.
Confederate Drive in Forest Park Torn Away Under Cover of EclipseSt. Louis Mayor Lyda Krewson's office says the removal of the street has long been a part of the Forest Park master plan.
Feds: Texas Man Tried Planting Bomb on Confederate StatueSchneck's arrest comes after events in Charlottesville, Virginia, where a white supremacist rally over the removal of a Confederate statue resulted in three deaths, and the removals of other statues nationwide, including at Duke University and late Sunday evening at the University of Texas at Austin.
Ryan Wrecker: Current Atmosphere Is One Of Knee-Jerk Reactions, Not Rational ThoughtAmerica is caught in a trap where we have to pick sides and dig our heels in, even when there are portions of the issues where common ground can be found.
Constituents React to Chappelle-Nadal ApologyStrong reactions from Senator Maria Chappelle-Nadal's constituents regarding her apology.
Chief Wana Dubie Dead at 58Wana Dubie first ran for state representative in 2006 -- then governor in 2008. Last year, he ran for U.S. Senate on a "Dubie vs. Blunt" campaign -- he gathered 30,000 votes in a four-way primary eventually won by Jason Kander.
OPINION: The Grand Trump Experiment Isn't WorkingThe bottom line is while this President insists his agenda will Make America Great Again, his inability to lead and keep his administration from spinning out of control is only making America far worse than it was before January.
Sen. Blunt Calls for More Broadband Access in MissouriSenator Roy Blunt says it's time to drag the entire state of Missouri into the 21st Century, technology-wise.
Protesters Push for $10 Minimum Wage at McDonald'sA crowd of about 30 protesters outside the Hampton Avenue McDonald's in St. Louis.

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