Missouri K through 12 and higher education schools are rushing to meet new federal requirements about handling sexual harassment and assault claims. Alisa Nelson reports.
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The owner of an auto warranty sales company was indicted by a federal grand jury on one count of willful failure to file return or pay tax and two counts of tax evasion. 39-year-old Gary Primm, of Wentzville, owned and operated United Auto Defense, LLC located in St. Charles, which operated as a call center […]
Several major legislative bills await action by the governor. Alisa Nelson reports.
The state has released a document answering frequently asked health questions about Missouri schools reopening. Alisa Nelson reports.
Federal disaster assistance was made available yesterday to the state of Missouri to supplement state, tribal and local recovery efforts in the areas affected by severe storms, tornadoes, straight-line winds and flooding from May 3-4, 2020. Federal funding is also available to state, tribal and eligible local governments and certain private nonprofit organizations on a […]
On Wednesday, Secretary of State Jay Ashcroft made his final of nine stops over a two-day period at the airport in Cape Girardeau to discuss the safety of in-person voting and the new 2020 absentee and mail-in voting options approved by the state legislature and signed by Governor Mike Parson. The new option for absentee […]