Gov. Nixon Signs Bill to Up Response to Child Sex AbuseA new Missouri policy to require increased response to allegations of children sexually assaulting other minors was signed into law Wednesday by Democratic Gov. Jay Nixon.
Governor to Visit Clarksville and WinfieldGovernor has already directed the Missouri State Emergency Agency to provide resources
Missouri State Rep Questions Legality of Governor's Order on Gay RightsGovernor Nixon's order allows tax benefits to gay couples married in other states
Nixon Adds 5 Million to Help Farmers with Wells
State of Emergency Declared by Gov. NixonActivates the State Emergency Operations Plan
Gov. Nixon Signs Small-Business Tax BreakMeasure is designed to clarify the types of businesses that can claim the deduction
Kevin Killeen's Whole 'nother Story -- Seniors Celebrate No-Call List for Cell Phones
Gov. Nixon Signs Fireworks LegislationThe measure makes any fireworks allowed by federal law legal in Missouri as well.
Workplace Discrimination Bill Passes House CommitteeIt's been twice vetoed by Governor Nixon
Missouri's Governor, Sports Teams To Build 35 Homes in Joplin The Cardinals, Rams and Blues will be responsible for a neighborhood in Joplin, and they're recruiting their fans to come help.
Missouri Still Without Permanent Economic Development HeadMissouri's Department of Economic Development is still without a director after the Senate refused to approve the Governor's appointment.
Spence Begins Campaign Ads for GovernorRepublican Dave Spence is casting himself as a "job creato.r"