MARYVILLE, Mo. — The Maryville City Council at its regular meeting on Monday approved asphalt overlay and concrete street repair contracts totaling more than $1.7 million.
State officials showed preferential treatment to a longtime vendor and attempted to prevent a competitor from enter the market, according to an auditor's report.
Luetkemeyer spokesman says any insinuation they are related is 'unfounded and patently false'
During arguments in Jefferson City, a Cole County judge did not indicate how he would rule on Thursday.
St. Louis Circuit Attorney Kim Gardner filed another felony charge against the Governor Eric Greitens – computer tampering – based on evidence from Attorney General Josh Hawley’s investigation into whether Greitens made political use of a donor list without its permission from a nonprofit he founded.
White House physician Ronny Jackson said the "false allegations" against him have become a distraction.
The Senate version of Missouri's $27.8 billion budget will need to be negotiated with the House version before being sent to the governor's office for final approval.
Missouri Gov. Eric Greitens attended the annual Police Officer Memorial Prayer Breakfast on Wednesday, April 25, 2018.
Former KMOV anchor replaces Jamie Allman, who was fired April 11
"There is a strong, silent majority of people throughout the state" who support police even in times notable for controversies involving the police, the Republican governor says.
MARYVILLE, Mo. — Former North District Nodaway County Commissioner Bob Westfall has been selected to receive the Senior Service Award, a distinction bestowed annually by the office of Missouri Lt. Gov. Mike Parson honoring older Missourians for volunteer work in their home communities.
President Donald Trump hosts French President Emmanuel Macron to the Trump administration's first state dinner on Tuesday, April 24, 2018.
JEFFERSON CITY • A Missouri House committee has subpoenaed a lawyer involved in a criminal case against Gov. Eric Greitens to ask questions about $100,000 in cash delivered to the lawyer.
Pence office says he needs to be in D.C. for Latin American Policy Lunch.
Eddy Justice of Poplar Bluff will not be able to serve on the Missouri state school board following the withdrawal of his appointment Tuesday.
CIA more of an 'inside job,' she said, while secretary of state requires diplomatic face to the world
18-point deficit for incumbent Republican, says Victory Research.
"Our nation has witnessed a horrific increase in white nationalist activity, due in part to the normalization and toleration of hate-speech," state Sen. Jamilah Nasheed, D-St. Louis, wrote to the FCC.
"Chiefs, Are you sure you want a guy currently charged with a felony as your guest speaker?" said one official, in an email obtained by the Post-Dispatch.
The proposal is sponsored by two St. Charles County Republicans, Rep. Phil Christofanelli and Sen. Bill Eigel.
The resolution claims exposure to porn can contribute to medical illnesses and make people more likely to engage in group intercourse.
Rep. Doug Beck, D-Affton, told a committee, “I would think that a governor who isn’t under indictment is more important than right to work for companies coming to this state."
"There are several people back home that are willing to help me get that going and make sure that I'm treated right," Lezley McSpadden said during appearance at Harvard.
Rep. Bob Burns, D-St. Louis, said the tapes of his calls into Bob Romanik's radio show were deceptively edited.
Gov. Eric Greitens faces multiple legal actions stemming from his campaign financing practices and a 2015 extramarital affair.
Greitens, a former Navy Seal, founded The Mission Continues in 2007. His alleged use of a fundraising list from the charity is under investigation.
The race to fill an open Senate seat in Northwest Missouri continues to be an expensive one.
Gov. Eric Greitens spoke to a Republican Party function in Licking, Mo. on Saturday — saying nothing of his criminal trials while saying he has been "viciously attacked by the liberal media."
They cite recordings of him apparently calling in to a radio show whose host is known for rants that include racial slurs.
New reports show attorney general badly trailing incumbent Sen. Claire McCaskill in available cash for U.S. Senate race
Dominique Hightower, 27, of the 1200 block of Biddle Street, was charged last week with first-degree assault.
Duckworth returns from maternity leave
The fiscal 2019 budget will soon head to the Board of Aldermen, but it's unclear where the city will find the $800,000 in cuts restored on Friday.
MARYVILLE, Mo. — Friday afternoon Maryville city employees began an in-depth exploration of the city property located at First and Vine streets in preparation for the planning stages of a new municipal police/fire headquarters.
Seek special prosecutor because 'public records obtained so far in this case contain no evidence that Mr. Stenger paid anything … or that neighboring property owners were asked for bids.' But they just didn't have the right records.
The House Speaker said he was seeking a special session to consider any disciplinary action that might need to be taken against the governor, including, possibly, impeachment.
An envelope delivered to Sen. Maria Chappelle-Nadal, D-University City, contained an unknown green substance.
Defense lawyers had argued that the criminal case against Gov. Eric Greitens should be dismissed because of the actions of prosecutors and a former FBI agent investigating the case. Prosecutors denied their claims.
Former Rep. Wayne Henke, D-Troy, will give the Missouri Ethics Commision enough members to meet.
Hawley's take includes big-donor fundraiser last month that featured President Donald Trump