When the U-S Department of Agriculture announced it would be moving two research agencies from Washington to the Kansas City area, local lawmakers gushed about the hundreds of high-paying federal jobs. But as Frank Morris reports, it’s not working out that way.
An aging system that holds millions of fingerprints for Kansas law enforcement is in danger of failing, and it will take millions of dollars to replace it.
On Thursday, Missouri Governor Mike Parson called for a special session that will coincide with the state’s annual veto session, beginning on September 9th.
The newest edition of the Missouri Official Highway Map is now available for anyone who wants one. It’s updated every other year by the Missouri Department of Transportation.