St. Louis Fed Official Named to Missouri Board of CuratorsYvonne Sparks, assistant vice president and community development officer for the reserve bank of St. Louis, can begin serving immediately but the Missouri Senate must confirm her appointment within the first 30 days of the upcoming session.
Nixon: New Spy Agency Home Can Fix "Profound Mistake"Missouri Gov. Jay Nixon is calling on the federal government to make amends for what he called one of the ``profound mistakes of urban development policy'' by selecting a north St. Louis site where a failed public housing project once stood as the new home for a spy agency's regional headquarters.
Missouri House Speaker Letter Blasts State Money for StadiumMissouri's House speaker is gathering signatures for a letter to Gov. Jay Nixon that slams a plan to use state money for a new St. Louis football stadium.
Missouri Colleges Would Freeze Tuition for Funding Hike Leaders of Missouri's public community colleges and universities said Monday that they'll freeze undergraduate tuition next school year as part of a deal with Democratic Gov. Jay Nixon to ramp up funding from the state.
Ferguson Responds to Commissions' ReportCommission Co-Chair Starskey Wilson handed the Ferguson Commission report to Gov. Jay Nixon and challenged him to not let it gather dust on a shelf.
Nixon Plans Announcement About Officer Training CommissionGov. Jay Nixon is directing a state commission and the Missouri Department of Public Safety to update the state's training standards for law enforcement officers.
Nixon Announces $1M Set to Help At-Risk St. Louis StudentsAbout $1 million in Missouri taxpayer money is set to go to an education nonprofit tasked with helping at-risk St. Louis youth.
Hanaway Urges Stricter Penalty for Sale of Fetal OrgansRepublican candidate for Missouri governor Catherine Hanaway during an anti-abortion rally Tuesday said the penalty for selling aborted fetus remains should be a felony, not a misdemeanor.
Nixon Calls for Ethics Law Changes After Two Lawmakers ResignMissouri's Democratic Gov. Jay Nixon said Tuesday that state ethics laws need to be revamped in light of accusations that led to the resignations of two state lawmakers this year.
Nixon Sets Special Election to Fill Missouri House VacanciesSpecial elections have been scheduled to replace three Missouri lawmakers who resigned.
Some Immigrant Students Face Doubt Over Missouri College AidWith the fall semester set to begin in weeks for many Missouri colleges and universities, students whose parents brought them illegally to the U.S. still face uncertainty regarding financial aid for the upcoming school year.
Nixon: Claims Against Missouri Lawmaker 'Deeply Troubling'Missouri's Democratic Gov. Jay Nixon says the claims raise questions about LeVota's ability to serve in office.