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Missouri's Republican Gov. Mike Parson said Missourians should stay home rather than vote in Tuesday's local elections if they feel at risk because of the... [Read More]
State administrator issues ruling allowing Missouri's last abortion clinic to keep license, stay open. [Read More]
State administrator issues ruling allowing Missouri's last abortion clinic to keep license, stay open. [Read More]
JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. (ORN)– The Missouri Department of Conservation (MDC) reminds Missouri hunters that the application period ends May 31 for Missouri's first elk hunts this... [Read More]
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(Missourinet)– Two state lawmakers testified Thursday in Jefferson City that an effort is underway to get a cattle slaughter facility in Missouri. State Reps. Don Rone,... [Read More]
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JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. --Phase one of Missouri's "Show Me Strong Recovery" Plan has been extended from Sunday through June 15. "We are very pleased... [Read More]
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COLUMBIA, Mo. (KMIZ) The number of hotel rooms used in Columbia and Jefferson City made steep drops in April, mirroring a loss of business seen... [Read More]
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Missouri Governor Mike Parson announced today that phase one of his Show Me Strong Recovery plan will last longer than expected. He said phase one... [Read More]
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The Joint Committee on Agriculture heard testimony on Thursday about the economic impact of COVID-19 on Missouri's agriculture industry. University of Missouri Agr…... [Read More]
JEFFERSON CITY, Mo.– Governor Mike Parson announced that the Missouri phase one reopening plan will be extended until June 15. Parson says extending phase one... [Read More]
Missouri Gov. Mike Parson postponed easing any coronavirus restrictions until at least mid-June Thursday. [Read More]
Missouri is extending Phase 1 of reopening through June 15. It was set to expire May 31. The governor says that this will align the... [Read More]
JEFFERSON CITY, Mo- Missouri Gov. Mike Parson is expected to hold a coronavirus briefing this afternoon. Missouri is ramping up testing across the state as... [Read More]
The Joint Committee on Agriculture heard testimony on Thursday about the economic impact of COVID-19 on Missouri's agriculture industry. University of Missouri Agricultu…... [Read More]
A Jefferson City home suffered heavy smoke damage and a person there was evaluated for minor smoke inhalation Wednesday night, the Jefferson City Fire Department... [Read More]
JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. (KMIZ) Jefferson City firefighters responded to a residential fire near Hough Park late Wednesday night. The Jefferson City Fire Department said crews... [Read More]
Conservative advocacy group United for Missouri on Wednesday announced it's suing to take a proposal to expand Medicaid health... [Read More]
While schools can't hold typical end-of-the year events because of the novel coronavirus, Jefferson City School District staff found other ways to celebrate the students... [Read More]
For possibly the last time at the current amphitheater, the Jefferson City Parks, Recreation and Forestry Department will host Stars Under the Stars this Friday. [Read More]
JEFFERSON CITY, MO— The first phase of Missouri's Show-Me Strong Recovery plan is set to expire Sunday, and the next steps will be announced Thursday. [Read More]
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