State offices are closed by law on Thanksgiving. Nixon has issued an executive order also closing state offices the Friday after Thanksgiving.
The Normandy district has been unaccredited since January and now also is having financial troubles.
Senate Majority Leader Ron Richard released a draft Thursday of proposed legislation for the 2014 session seeking to nullify federal gun control laws that infringe on Second Amendment rights.
In a 5-2 decision, the state’s high court denied the spouse of deceased highway patrolman Dennis Englard survival benefits because he was not married to Englard.
A rodeo clown imitating President Obama garnered national media attention and far-reaching condemnation.
Troopers say there’s extensive damage to the aircraft, but no injuries to the occupants.
When it comes to financing our highways, Missouri actually is closer to the “borrow-and-spend” mentality that we attribute to Europe.
Nixon says his administration is withdrawing a proposal for rolling back an expansion of the food stamps program.
The proposed ballot initiative will increase the sales tax by one percent, or one cent, if passed and all proceeds would go towards improving Missouri roads.
The Missouri Department of Labor says the decision to give furloughed federal employees back pay for their time off has put Missouri in a state of uncertainty.