JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. -- A proposed constitutional amendment to set an early voting period has passed the House with bipartisan support, despite some Democrats decrying the measure as a “sham” and misleading to voters.
JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. -- Governor Nixon leaves no doubt that he’ll veto the latest tax cut bill approved by the legislature. “This year’s reckless fiscal experiment looks a lot like last year’s reckless fiscal experiment,” he says.
JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. -- The legislature has sent Governor Jay Nixon (D) a proposed $620-million a year cut to income taxes, and Republicans are considering whether enough votes to override a veto are in reach.
SPRINGFIELD, Mo. – On Thursday, about a hundred fire candidates will take on the Springfield Fire Department’s physical agility test after completing a written test. Its all part of hoping to one day make it into the Fire Academy.
SPRINGFIELD, Mo. -- A Springfield mother is demanding justice for her 26 year old daughter's death. Kimberly Candie discovered Jessica Conner dead inside her home Friday. Candie says Conner was four months pregnant.
SPRINGFIELD, Mo. -- The man charged with murder in a shooting rampage at a Jewish center near Kansas City may have been under witness protection at one point, according to documents and his own autobiography.
JEFFERSON CITY, Mo.-- Republic Sen. John Lamping of St. Louis said the state does not need a one-cent sales tax to support transportation, and that the funding could come from the state's General Revenue.
REPUBLIC, Mo.-- You can visit visit Wilson's Creek National Battlefield free of charge from April 19-20. As part of National Park Week, the National Park Service will waive entrance fees during that time, which are normally $5 per individual or $10 per car.
GREENE COUNTY, Mo. -- Moody's Investor Service stated that the reasons for the increase included, Greene County being a "regional economic center for southwest Missouri economy [which] benefits from institutional presence of Missouri State University, healthy operating fund reserve levels and modest debt levels and pension liabilities."
CBSNews -- The buds on the trees and green grass sprouting on the ground are a welcome sight after a long and harsh winter. But for allergy sufferers this means months of impending misery: stuffed and inflamed sinuses, scratchy throats, itchy and watery eyes and a lot of sneezing.
SPRINGFIELD, Mo. -- After a recent stabbing suspect is arrested, Springfield Police say technology helped solve the crime quickly.
Chief Paul Williams credits video cameras downtown for helping in that arrest.
BOSTON - A barefoot man screaming "Boston Strong!" was taken into custody Tuesday night after two unattended backpacks were found at the Boston Marathon finish line on the anniversary of the bombings, police said.
SPRINGFIELD, Mo. – A new $28 million, 63,000 square-foot Mercy Rehabilitation Hospital will open in Springfield on Wednesday, April 16 with a ribbon cutting at 9 a.m., followed by a community open house and tours at 11 a.m.
NIXA, Mo. -- The Nixa School District launched an investigation after two bullets were found by students inside the school Monday morning. School officials say law enforcement officers determined there were no threats to the students or staff there.
KANSAS CITY, Mo.-- Tuesday would have been Terri LaManno's 25th wedding anniversary with her husband Jim. Instead, she became a shooting victim on Sunday in a case authorities are investigating as a hate crime.
AURORA, Mo. -- If anyone is familiar with the inner workings of Glenn Miller's mind, it may just be Aurora Advertiser General Manager Judy Dingman. She has been with the Advertiser for 18 years. That's where Miller sent dozens of anger-laced editorials.
SPRINGFIELD, Mo. -- According to the Southern Poverty Law Center, there are 939 hate groups operating across the country, 23 of which are active organizations here in Missouri. A local psychologists said are some warning signs for hate crimes, but some come without any indication.
KIMBERLING CITY, Mo. - The timing of a new water quality survey, regarding public opinion of the White River Basin, falls right in line with the construction of an environmentally friendly project in Kimberling City.
SPRINGFIELD, Mo.-- The Heartbleed Bug is the latest computer security scare. This software information leak may grant hackers access to your banking information, e-mail accounts, and other personal information
SPRINGFIELD, Mo. -- Jennie Tritch has been sentenced to five years in prison and ordered to pay restitution of $2,660.34 after she pleaded guilty to stealing money over more than two years from the publication.