Nixon’s veto marks the second time in two years he has rejected the Legislature’s attempt to reverse the effects of a 2012 Supreme Court ruling that has put Missouri car dealers in border cities at a disadvantage.
Missouri turkey hunters reported taking nearly 8,500 birds last month, a 20 percent increase from October 2011.
Buyers start hulling the nuts this week, and prices are high, with buyers offering as much as $13 per hundred pounds after hulling.
A 68-year-old Greene County man who has been convicted in four states of molesting children has been charged as a “predatory sexual offender” in Missouri.
The Legislature overwhelmingly approved the tax measure this spring after a Missouri Supreme Court ruling.
The governor needs to persuade only a little over a third of legislators to vote with him when they return to the Capitol on Sept. 12.
The plague of cattle rustling goes on in southwest Missouri’s Greene County.
Greene County state’s attorney makes first bid for federal office.
The signs flash “Sheriff’s Crime Alert. Burglaries/Thefts on rise. Report suspicious activity.”
Second child in critical condition