The latest round of service cutbacks will affect 30 MetroBus routes, with fewer trips in the evenings and on weekends and some routes losing weekend service entirely.
Joplin Republican was the only person ever to serve as Missouri House speaker and Senate president pro tem.
A piece of restored Edwardsville history is making its debut Friday. The West End Service Station is reopening as a museum and interpretive center for people to learn about its history as a hub along the Route 66 corridor, in anticipation of the road’s 100th anniversary in 2026.
The former president has been indicted on seven counts, including willful retention of information related to national defense and at least one false statements charge, a source tells NPR.
Parents as Teachers received a $7 million grant from MacKenzie Scott to help parents prepare their children for school and ensure they are healthy. CEO Constance Gully said the money will help fund more early childhood development training for parents and caregivers.
As wildfires burn in eastern Canada, smoke and pollutants drift over the heavily impacted Northeast and into the Midwest. Poor air quality levels in Iowa, Kansas, Missouri and Nebraska, may be hurting people with more sensitive breathing conditions.
Also in response to the drought, Wentzville issued a voluntary water conservation declaration that takes effect Monday.
Given by the John Philip Sousa Foundation and named after the famed American composer known for marches, the award honors high school band programs for “outstanding musical excellence.”
The latest data from the Missouri attorney general show Black motorists are pulled over, ticketed and arrested at higher rates than white drivers. It’s a trend that has been ongoing for more than 20 years.
“There are people that have applications, there are businesses that have been waiting and counting on the opportunity to be able to get this money to build or revitalize their business,” said the bill’s sponsor.
One bill restricts transgender youth under 18 from accessing certain forms of gender-affirming health care, while the other bill stops transgender athletes from participating in sport teams that align with their gender identity.
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