Missouri COVID update: Three consecutive days with fewer than 1,000 recorded cases

Missouri COVID update: Three consecutive days with fewer than 1,000 recorded cases

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. – When it comes to newly recorded COVID cases, Missouri is trending in the right direction. According to the Missouri Department of Health and Senior Services, the...
MDC reminds pet owners about the possibility of coyote encounters this time of year

MDC reminds pet owners about the possibility of coyote encounters this time of year

St. LOUIS, Mo.—Breeding season for coyotes begins in February, which makes them more active this time of year. The Missouri Department of Conservation (MDC) says it’s important to be...

Sen. Eric Burlison Receives Nursing Award – Missouri Senate

JEFFERSON CITY — State Sen. Eric Burlison, R-Battlefield, was presented with the Excellence in Health Care Legislation award from the...
Catch-and-keep trout fishing starts March 1 at MO trout parks

Catch-and-keep trout fishing starts March 1 at MO trout parks

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. -- March 1 marks the annual opening of catch-and-keep trout fishing in Missouri at the state’s four trout parks: Bennett Spring State Park near Lebanon, Montauk...

Sen. Steven Roberts Presents Dred Scott Resolution in Committee – Missouri Senate

Senator Steven Roberts Presents Dred Scott Resolution in Committee JEFFERSON CITY — State Sen. Steven Roberts, D-St. Louis, presented a Senate concurrent resolution...

Senator Holly Rehder’s Legislative Column for Feb. 11, 2021 – Missouri Senate

Fixing Medicaid Among the many new experiences I’ve had since coming to the Senate has been an increased focus on health care issues. As...

Sen. Karla Eslinger’s Legislative Column for Feb. 11, 2021 – Missouri Senate

Moving Legislation Forward As the Missouri General Assembly concluded the sixth week of the 2021 legislative session, activity on the floor of the Senate...

Protecting Firearms Businesses from Discrimination – Missouri Senate

If you are a firearms enthusiast, hunter or just like to shoot, like I do, you’ve probably noticed a change on the ammunition...

Sen. Mike Cierpiot’s Capitol Report for Feb. 11, 2021 – Missouri Senate

Protecting Those on the Pandemic’s Frontlines Over the past few weeks, my office has been hearing from constituents about an important piece of legislation...

Missouri House tucks lawmakers cast out of caucuses into tiny offices • Missouri Independent

State Rep. Tricia Derges, R-Nixa, lower right, sits Feb. 11, 2021, at her desk on the House floor. She, Rep. Wiley...

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House logs 372 proposals on first day of filing for 2022 session – Missouri...

      Wednesday at the Missouri Capitol there was a sense of new energy in the air.  Christmas decorations were going up, the weather was...