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Green blocks state Common Core payments

Temporary restraining order effective only 15 days from Nov. 25

‘Black Friday’ declared state holiday

State employees traditionally have had the day after Thanksgiving off — but not always, especially not in recent years.

Projects added to Missouri transportation tax

The Missouri Department of Transportation has revised its list of projects that would be funded by a proposed sales tax on the August ballot. Here is a look at a few of the projects that were added to the list:

Top projects for Missouri transportation tax

The Missouri Department of Transportation has released cost estimates for more than 800 projects that would be funded by a sales tax on the August ballot.

ACLU, reporters sue Corrections over executions

Missouri's Sunshine Law requires the state Corrections department to release information about its executions, a new, nine-page lawsuit claims.

Nixon won't veto criminal code

Will go into effect Jan. 1, 2017

Gov. Jay Nixon “is not going to veto” the massive bill revising and updating Missouri’s criminal code, state Sen. Jolie Justus told members of the Missouri Bar Friday.

State budget package includes Fulton Hospital funding

Lawmakers approve plan to sell bonds, repay them over 25 years

Tease photo

‘Rally for dignity’ disrupts Senate

Chants and prayers urged lawmakers to pass Medicaid expansion

Lawmakers rewrite Missouri's criminal code

Governor will have 15 days to sign or veto the bill after he gets it early next week.

Beetem denies restraining order in 'same sex' tax returns case

Judge sets May hearing so attorneys can schedule trial later this year on lawsuit challenging Nixon executive order.

2013 Governor Inauguration Parade - School Spirit

Various images of Missouri school bands during the Missouri inauguration parade in Jefferson City, MO. ...