Carlos Martinez has some Twitter problems. Ozzie Smith wants to make Opening Day a national holiday. What’s Mike Claiborne’s take on this?
Missouri State Senator John Lamping discusses why he thinks “Common Core Education Standards” are the wrong way to go.
Missouri State Senator Jamilah Nasheed files a bill to raise the minimum wage in the state to ten dollars an hour.
Developer Paul McKee says his NorthSide regeneration project is alive and well and headed for a midsummer groundbreaking.
The four senators, two Democrats and two Republicans, say their legislation makes much-needed modifications.
Some insist Missouri made a positive impression on business leaders merely by trying to get Boeing to locate its 777X plant in the area.
The Senate bill passed with only two Senators opposing the measure. The House bill passed unanimously.
The Missouri Tigers will play in the SEC Championship this Saturday against Auburn after beating Texas A&M over the weekend. Todd Donoho works on the Mizzou broadcast for Learfield Sports. He is also author of the book “MizzouRah! Memorable Moments in Missouri Tiger Football History.”
Missouri House Speaker Tim Jones, and State Senators Eric Schmitt and John Jamping discuss the Missouri Legislative Veto Session.
ObamaCare is accelerating the United States toward a part time nation. Salim Furth is a senior policy analyst for the Heritage Foundation.