State Reps. Propose Independent Investigations in Police KillingsA Missouri State Representative is trying to pass a measure requiring an independent investigator anytime law enforcement is involved in someone's death.
CAIR Stands with Jewish Community After VadalismThe Council on American Islamic Relations, CAIR, is standing by the Jewish community amid concerns of a hate crime at the Jewish cemetery where some two hundred headstones were desecrated.
Missouri Secretary of State Supports Immigration OrderJay Ashcroft, Missouri's new Secretary of State, supports President Trump's new executive order on Immigration.
Bill Would Mandate E-verify Checks for Missouri BusinessesCurrent state law requires businesses with government contracts, tax breaks or grants to use the free E-verify progra
Missouri Bill Would Limit Transgender School Bathroom AccessMissouri lawmakers are considering a ``bathroom bill'' targeting transgender children in public schools.
Democrats Ask Greitens to Allow Expanded Family LeaveThe governor supports family leave for state employees and the administration is reviewing the proposed rule changes.
Gov Greitens, County Executive Stenger Condemn Jewish Cemetery VandalsGov. Greitens posted on Facebook, urging volunteers to meet him at Chesed Shel Emeth Cemetery to help clean up the site Wednesday at 3 p.m.
St. Louis Mayoral Candidate Lewis Reeds Has Endorsement from Congressman ClayLacy Clay commended Reed’s work to keep the National Geospatial Agency, and its 3,000 jobs, in St. Louis.
Protestors Gather at Roy Blunt's Office Over Alleged Trump, Russia ConnectionsMore than 100 protesters gathered for a lunchtime rally outside of Senator Roy Blunt's office in Clayton, Tuesday.
Mo. Congressman Goes to Federal Court Over the Removal of a Police PaintingClay says the painting 'makes you think' and argues it is a 1st Amendment right to have the painting on display.
Rise in Mo. Inmates Could Lead to New PrisonMissouri lawmakers are discussing the possibility of adding a state prison due to the rising population of inmates.
Mayoral Candidate Promises to Sue Radio and TV StationsA St. Louis mayoral candidate has promised to sue St. Louis's public radio and television stations because he's not included in their mayoral forum scheduled for Wednesday.

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