Gov. Nixon Makes Final Stop in St. Louis at SLPSMissouri Governor Jay Nixon made a final stop in St. Louis Thursday in his final few days as governor.
Missouri State Parks Top 20 Million Visitors For First TimeMillions of dollars have been spent to improve parks and add to the system.
144-Mile Hiking and Biking Trail in Missouri's Near FutureAmeren purchased the rail line in 1999. It has not been used for railroad purposes for more than two decades.
SC STL Wants to Meet With Greitens Before Asking State for $40 Million Stadium Tax CreditSC STL Chairman Paul Edgerley says he wants to personally meet with Missouri's Governor-elect Eric Greitens "to gain a complete understanding of his position and fully brief him on the project and the benefits it affords to the State of Missouri."
Missouri Gov. Nixon to Work as Lawyer After Term EndsNixon spokesman Scott Holste confirmed on Friday that the outgoing governor will work for the Dowd Bennett firm in Clayton.
Victim of 1982 Attack That Killed Mom: Wrong Man in Prison``I made a mistake, and I am heartbroken,'' DeBoer, now 42, wrote in an application for a pardon or executive commutation to Democratic Gov. Jay Nixon this week. ``I have incredible guilt for my role.''
Gov. Nixon Sometimes Commuting to Work from St. LouisIt could carry a cost for taxpayers.
Missouri Employment Reaches All-Time HighDepartment of Economic Development said nonfarm payroll employment grew by 9,300 jobs in October.
Discrimination Against Nixon Delayed as More Cases SurfaceA judge this week decided to postpone the trial until late February, after Nixon leaves office. Nixon, a Democrat, can't run for re-election this year because of term limits.
Gov. Nixon Issues 9 More PardonsGranting a pardon restores rights but doesn't expunge criminal records.
Gov. Nixon Target of Discrimination LawsuitThe lawsuit originates from the firing of Gracia Backer from her job at the Missouri Department of Labor in 2013.
Final Veto Showdown for Missouri's Most-Overridden GovernorMissouri lawmakers are set to expand Gov. Jay Nixon's already historic status as the state's most overridden governor.