Missouri Governor Slams Call for InvestigationA bipartisan group of six Missouri state senators is calling for a legislative investigation of Republican Gov. Eric Greitens.
Gov. Greitens Calls Special Session on AbortionGreitens announced Wednesday he's calling another special session starting Monday to address a St. Louis ordinance against discrimination based on abortions and pregnancies.
Gov. Greitens Calls Special SessionGov. Eric Greitens is calling a special session, as many anticipated he would do, but it's only on one topic, and one topic only -- a bill to attract a steel mill and an aluminum smelter to Southeast Missouri.
Gov. Greitens Not Pleased With Job Done By State LegislatureMissouri Gov. Eric Greitens is not happy with the Missouri Legislature, which ended its regular session Friday, leaving several bills to die from neglect.
Missouri Passes Tougher Penalties for Crimes Against PoliceThe Blue Alert system would send public notices when suspects who harm police are on the run.
Disaster Specialists Assessing Missouri Storm, Flood DamageIf a federal major disaster is declared, funding may be available to help flood and storm victims with assistance such as temporary rent, home repairs and other disaster-related needs.
Larry Rice Asks Gov. Greitens for Help with HomelessAsked what buildings he had in mind, Rice says there may be some space at the State Hospital on Arsenal Street.
Jefferson Co. Council Votes Down 2 Prescription Drug Monitoring Program BillsCouncilman Don Bickowski voted no on both bills, questioning whether Jefferson County can legally collect prescription records under HIPAA.
Statewide Ride-Hailing Legislation Heads to Gov. GreitensGreitens has called the measure a "job creator" -- it easily passed the legislature.
Rec Center Serves as Temp Homeless Shelter; Kids' Classes on HoldAbout 75 homeless women are being housed at the rec center, which now looks like a shelter more than a recreational complex.
Chesterfield CEO Speaks with President TrumpShe was at the White House with the President and Vice President Monday, and on Wednesday, Lisa Nichols, CEO of Technology Partners of Chesterfield, was at a state capitol meeting with Gov. Eric Greitens.
Criminal Justice Ministry Says Lost Funding Will Cost Taxpayers MoreCriminal Justice Ministry lost the $150 thousand it gets from the state, but executive director Anthony D'Agnostino says they actually save taxpayers far more than that.

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