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An indictment accuses Missouri Gov. Eric Greitens of taking a compromising photo of a woman with whom he had an affair. [Read More]
An attorney for the governor says Missouri's invasion-of-privacy statute was intended to prevent "third-party voyeurs filming or photographing people in places like restrooms, hotel rooms,... [Read More]
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The governor has admitted to having an affair but has denied allegations that he blackmailed his mistres.        ... [Read More]
The Springfield Republican's proposal is a compromise of sorts between elements of Gov. Eric Greitens' plan and what GOP Senators have offered.        ... [Read More]
Gov. Eric Greitens' proposed budget for the 2019 fiscal year included deep cuts to Missouri public colleges and unviersties        ... [Read More]
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Missouri Gov. Eric Greitens has been indicted by St. Louis Circuit Attorney Kim Gardner on a felony charge of invasion of privacy. [Read More]
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Missouri Gov. Eric Greitens has been indicted by St. Louis Circuit Attorney Kim Gardner on a felony charge of invasion of privacy. [Read More]
MSU and OTC had been facing a second consecutive year of precipitous drops in state funding.        ... [Read More]
The Senate was discussing a bill to limit opioid prescriptions when a Democrat offered a 31-page amendment to legalize marijuana for medical use. [Read More]
The Senate was discussing a bill to limit opioid prescriptions when a Democrat offered a 31-page amendment to legalize marijuana for medical use.       ... [Read More]
More than a dozen people connected to Greitens' political operations outside the Capitol appear to have Confide accounts.        ... [Read More]
Five local representatives supported the bill. Four voted against it. One was absent but says he would have voted yes.        ... [Read More]
not a conviction - would be sufficient to a holder of a Missouri intermediate driver's license to face suspension under a bill.        ... [Read More]
An investigative report named Foundation Care, an eastern Missouri subsidiary of Centene, as the provider of the drugs the state uses in executions.       ... [Read More]
Jennifer Edwards said under oath she also met with several lawyers in the governor's office prior to joining the board. [Read More]
Sen. Bob Dixon's bill to empower the state auditor, who says the legislation could have made a difference in Greene County, has stalled in the... [Read More]
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