Health May 14Missouri targets doctor dearth, expands first-in-nation law
Numerous doctors from around the U.S. could become eligible to treat patients in Missouri's underserved areas as a result of a planned expansion of a first-in-the-nation law aimed at addressing doctor shortages.
Politics Dec 24Republicans to target unions, expand school choice in states
Republicans are preparing to reshape state laws affecting workplaces, classrooms, courtrooms and more during 2017.
Politics Nov 08Dozen governors’ races give Republicans shot at more gains
JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. — Republicans, who already control a solid majority of governorships, sought to add to their ranks Tuesday as voters picked chief executives in a dozen states.
Politics Sep 19Where do the presidential candidates stand on infrastructure issues?
The U.S. interstate highway system, celebrating its 60th birthday this year, is showing its age. Politicians generally agree the nation's infrastructure is in need of improvement. Deciding how to pay for it and which projects should take priority is more…
Politics Apr 12Missouri certifies wins for Trump, Clinton in close primary
JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. — Republican businessman Donald Trump and former Democratic Secretary of State Hillary Clinton were certified Tuesday as the winners of Missouri's presidential primaries, though a recount remains a possibility.
Politics Nov 03Election roundup: Big night for Republicans; marijuana, gay rights, Airbnb ballot initiatives fail
In most states, the big elections will come next year. But on Tuesday, voters in a few states elected governors and legislators, some cities selected mayors, and a variety of major issues were being settled at the ballot box.