Centene Corp. Center Adds 250 Jobs in FergusonCentene is a Fortune 500 managed care company based in St. Louis. The new 45,000-square-foot center includes a gym, a cafeteria and a day care center for workers.
Missouri Senate Passes $27 Billion Spending PlanSenators voted Thursday to approve a $27 billion budget for the fiscal year starting July 1.
Nixon Allows $2M More Education, Health Care SpendingThe move averts a confrontation with the GOP-led Legislature, which was attempting to force the Democratic governor to release the money.
Missouri Leaders Celebrate NGA VictoryGov. Nixon - "This was not a rigged game, this was a real game, and in the most competitive atmosphere, we won."
St. Louis-Area Firms Oppose Religious Objections MeasureLeaders from Monsanto, MasterCard and other firms joined Gov. Jay Nixon Friday at the St. Louis Regional Chamber to express opposition to Senate Joint Resolution 39.
Missouri House Votes to Override Governor's Budget LimitsLawmakers voted Wednesday to release $575,000 for the Missouri Scholars and Fine Arts academies, two summer programs for gifted students.
St. Louis Offers Free Land for Spy Agency SiteA federal spy agency is weighing offers of free land on both the Missouri and Illinois sides of the St. Louis area as it considers where to relocate its national headquarters.
Nixon Takes Action to Allow Home Care Worker Wage IncreaseNixon on Friday vetoed a legislative measure designed to block an agency rule change for an increase in those workers' wages.
Gov. Nixon's Father Dies at 90 Years OldJerry Nixon is survived by his wife, Katy; three children, Melinda, Jeremiah, and Penelope; and five grandchildren, Alex, Bess, Frank, Jeremiah, and Will.
Missouri House Votes to Limit Union Fee CollectionsOpponents say it's a politically motivated attempt to weaken unions.
Missouri Public Defenders See Little Relief in BudgetState Public Defender Director Michael Barrett told a Senate panel Tuesday his office is short-staffed by more than 250 attorneys.
Nixon Believes Bill Against Earnings Tax to Fall ShortGovernor Nixon has some words of comfort for St. Louis budget planners afraid the legislature might try to get rid of the city earnings tax.