Missouri lawmakers began pre-filing bills today for next year’s legislative session, which begins January 4th.
The debt crisis in the euro zone has put the financial markets of Italy, Spain and most recently France under pressure after the bailouts of Greece, Portugal and Ireland.
A new apartment complex for homeless youth will be built in Columbia.
Missouri Senator Roy Blunt said he voted to lift a ban on funding horse meat inspections.
Missouri’s Democratic Senator Claire McCaskill introduced legislation Wednesday to put a permanent ban on earmarks, the legislative practice of funding specific projects.
Media Decisions Questioned in Sex Abuse Cases
The City of Moberly is explaining how it got on the hook for $39 million in bonds for a failed proposal for an artificial-sweetener factory.
The pending release of three American students arrested in Egypt during protests near Cairo's Tahrir Square is the best Thanksgiving gift, the mother of one of the young men said Thursday.
One of the three American students arrested during protests in Egypt for allegedly throwing fire bombs at Egyptian police is from Mid Missouri.