GOP Legislative Leaders Call On Missouri Governor To ResignMissouri's top Republican legislative leaders abandoned fellow GOP Gov. Eric Greitens on Tuesday, calling on him to resign instead of continuing to fight allegations that he illegally took advantage of both a charity he founded and a woman with whom he had an affair.
Missouri Gov. Eric Greitens Facing More Calls To ResignThe developments came a day after a special legislative committee released a graphic report in which a woman testified that Greitens spanked, slapped, grabbed, shoved and threatened her during a series of sexual encounters in 2015
Greitens Wants Criminal Trial Moved Up To April 3Missouri Gov. Eric Greitens is expected to ask a judge to move up his criminal trial to start in two weeks, more than a month earlier than scheduled.
Missouri Governor Indicted On Felony Invasion Of Privacy ChargeA St. Louis grand jury has indicted Missouri Gov. Eric Greitens on a felony invasion of privacy charge for allegedly taking a compromising photo of a woman with whom he had an affair.
Columbia Senator Think State Should Say No to Education Funding CutsA Republican State Senator from Columbia isn't happy with the governor's proposed cuts to higher education.
Lawsuit: Rauner Met About Investments While In OfficeThe lawsuit filed in Cook County centers on a settlement the former venture capitalist reached with ex-investment partner.
Metro East Gubernatorial Candidate Wants Progressive Income TaxDemocrat Bob Daiber, currently Madison County's Regional Superintendent of Schools, claims Illinois' tax system is fifth most regressive in the nation.
Rauner: "I Am Not in Charge""I wish I had [been], we'd have our problems fixed," Rauner said.
Senator Demands Governor Call for Veterans Home Director's ResignationSenator Jamilah Nasheed says she's outraged that nothing's been done to improve conditions at the St. Louis Veterans Home in north county.
Rauner Announces Run for Re-election with VideoHe's made it official in a just released video.
Governor Approval Survey Shows Local UncertaintyMissourians like their Governor. Illinoisans, apparently, aren't so sure.
Mo. Workplace Discrimination Bill Goes to the GovernorThe bill would require people suing for workplace discrimination to prove that a protected class such as race, gender, age or ability was "the motivating factor" for disciplinary action from an employer