The Desloge Police Department has canceled an Endangered SILVER Advisory for a missing adult incident that occurred at in Bismarck, MO, at 10:00 am on 6/17/2021. The endangered SILVER advisory missing adult was: Robert A Myers, a white male, age 75, hgt 6’0, 150 lbs, gray hair, blue eyes, wearing a blue shirt, blue jean shorts, long white […]
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New coronavirus cases nationwide have plummeted since vaccinations became widely available, but in Missouri, cases have spiked 52% over the past week, according to a new report. Bill Wise has more.
The Missouri Public Defender System is preparing to hire 53 new attorneys – the largest staffing increase the system has experienced since around 1989. If Governor Parson does not make changes to the system’s next budget, the office is on track to fill the positions soon after the new state budget begins in July. Director […]
A Cole County Circuit judge expects to issue a ruling by tomorrow in Missouri’s Medicaid expansion lawsuit. Brian Hauswirth covered yesterday’s hearing in Jefferson City.
An in-school program to help students graduate from high school is gaining in popularity across Missouri. Jobs for America’s Graduates is sometimes referred to as JAG and celebrates a 98-percent graduation rate among Missouri students in the program. Executive Director Paul Kincaid says in 2014, there were six programs in six Missouri schools. Today, there […]
Governor Parson has given state lawmakers a deadline of noon today to agree on a healthcare tax proposal that helps to fund Missouri’s Medicaid program. If not, the governor says he will freeze funding in Missouri’s next state operating budget, including for… The Missouri Legislature failed to pass the routine tax proposal during the regular […]
A Missouri House committee on federal stimulus money will hold a mid-July hearing in Jefferson City. House Subcommittee on Federal Stimulus Spending Chairman Doug Richey said the hearing will involve restricted money that will come to Missouri under the American Rescue Plan Act (ARPA) of 2021. Missouri is expected to receive billions of dollars in […]