SPRINGFIELD Mo. - The 5.4 billion dollar list of improvements, MoDOT is pushing for in the August election, have been finalized. All that is left is for voters to have their say, but some Missourians believe the 3/4th cent sales tax isn't the answer.
JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. -- Governor Jay Nixon (D) has vetoed two agriculture omnibus bills because they contain language that would transfer regulatory control of captive deer to the Department of Agriculture.
FORT LEONARD WOOD, Mo. -- UPDATE: Highway Patrol is now (7am) re-opening the left eastbound lane after a fatal crash east of Waynesville. Both lanes should be open soon -- traffic no longer being diverted on Route Z
PIERCE CITY, Mo. -- Pierce City's post office will not be closing. Postal workers say there was never any intention of actually closing the Pierce City Post Office, but rather cutting back on hours. At a public meeting tonight, residents found out that the post office there will stay open and lose one hour of retail customer service.
SPRINGFIELD, Mo. -- Former Lt. Gov. Joe Maxwell visited Springfield on Tuesday afternoon to speak about his opposition to Amendment 1, the so-called "Right to Farm" legislation, slated for the Aug. 5 ballot.
SPRINGFIELD, Mo. -- Many people across the country plan to donate blood this week in honor of the National Gay Blood Drive. Federal law prohibits certain people from donating blood-- like men who have had sex with other men-- and some are asking for regulation to be re-examined.
GREENE COUNTY, Mo. – MoDOT will hold an open house-style public meeting to discuss the construction and traffic impacts of a project to replace the Route MM-B bridge over I-44 west of Springfield at the beginning of August.
SPRINGFIELD, Mo. – The 12th annual North American Expo gets underway in Springfield Tuesday and Wednesday. This year, Springfield's Southwest Clean Water Plant will demonstrate the process of turning the city's sewage into black gold for area farmers.
WEBSTER COUNTY, Mo. -- As thousands of children in the Ozarks play and work through the remaining weeks of summer, their parents are already checking off to-do lists about what needs to happen before the start of school.