The village of South Gifford may not exist for much longer. That’s if voters approve a measure on the ballot that would revoke the community’s legal status – and abolish its government.
The City Council has approved two new measures that affect the way evictions are carried out in Columbia.
Jefferson City is one step closer to expanding its borders today.
The man pushed in a Columbia jail cell has filed a civil lawsuit against the city and three police officers.
Natural disasters have cost the state of Missouri $15 million and the state budget director says that tab is still going up.
One of the Republican leaders in the Missouri House plans to file a package of election-related measures when next year’s regular session begins in January.
Originally published on Thu November 3, 2011 8:25 am
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Missouri Senator Claire McCaskill will visit Arlington National Cemetery on Friday to assess changes made there following the revelation that thousands of graves were mislabeled or unmarked.
Missouri Republican Senator Roy Blunt took to the Senate floor Wednesday to speak out against President Barack Obama's proposed transportation measure.
Kirksville City Council and the Adair County Commissioners are looking into developing new businesses along the new Highway 63.