The Missouri Department of Transportation is hiring emergency snow plow drivers. MoDOT engineer Brian Untiedt says that operators are called to fill in when full-time plowers can’t keep up with the work, and it’s a good way to build experience. MoDOT is looking for applicants 18 or older with a CDL license. The position pays […]
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AG Schmitt, Coalition of Attorneys General Announce $116.9 Million Multistate Settlement with Johnson & Johnson over Transvaginal Mesh Products
There is a multistate settlement involving 41 states and the District of Columbia that will require Johnson & Johnson and its subsidiary Ethicon, Inc. to pay nearly $116.9 million, including over $2.4 million for Missouri specifically, for their deceptive marketing of transvaginal surgical mesh devices. A multistate investigation found the companies violated state consumer protection laws […]
As school districts in Missouri show they are struggling in the basics, one educational organization has shown positive effects, by engaging parents more in the mental and emotional growth of their children. Ashley Byrd reports.
Attorney General Schmitt to Host “Senior Safety” Presentations in St. Louis, Columbia, Jefferson City, and Cape Girardeau
Missouri Attorney General Eric Schmitt will host four presentations next week in cities across Missouri to speak to seniors about a wide variety of issues, including potential scams targeting the elderly, tips to avoid falling victim to scams, services offered by the Attorney General’s Office for the elderly, and more. He will be giving presentations […]
A report says Missouri has one of the highest murder rates in the country. Alisa Nelson reports.
Attorney General Schmitt Files Lawsuit against Dallas County Dog Breeder for Violations of Animal Care
The Missouri Attorney General’s office filed a lawsuit against a Dallas County dog breeder for violation of the Animal Facilities Act. Cory Mincey and Puppy Love Kennel had multiple continued infractions and sustained substandard conditions. Inspections by the Missouri Department of Agriculture beginning in October of 2018 showed recurring violations of the Animal Care Facilities […]