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Missouri Gov. Jay Nixon has signed legislation designed to make it easier for adopted adults to get information about their biological parents. The law allows information to be released on biological parents who have died, but never signed the papers...
Tags: Crime, Law and Justice, Laws
Christie Walton Web ProducerGovernor Jay Nixon ordered the Missouri National Guard's 139th Military Police Company to help search for missing baby Lisa Iriwn. Twenty-five members from the squad based in Harrisonville were in Kansas City on Sunday to help Kansas City police search...
Five-year-old Son Accepts Honor for his Father, A Police Officer Struck by Lightning During Joplin Tornado Rescue EffortsReporter, PhotographerA police officer who died after being struck by lightning helping Joplin tornado rescue efforts is now a member of the Joplin Wall of Honor. On Wednesday, Jefferson “Jeff” Taylor’s family accepted a medal of honor on his behalf at a...
OMAHA, Neb. (AP) - A meeting of Missouri River governors Monday revealed significant disagreement between Montana and states further downstream over flood control, even as federal officials warned the group that damage from this year's high water may make...
Missouri Governor Jay Nixon announced that he will call the state legislature into special session in September to consider a jobs creation package focused on high-tech bio-science and animal health businesses in the state. According to Nixon, those...
The amount of water from Gavin Point's dam in South Dakota is increasing and that water is making its way here. With that extra rush of water, flooding concerns are starting to grow a bit again. Missouri Gov. Jay Nixon is ordering the State Emergency...
Tags: Disasters and Accidents, Floods
GARDNER, Mass. (AP) — A sign welcomes visitors to "historic" downtown Gardner, Mass., but history is one of the few things this city of about 20,000 residents has going for it these days. While it still proudly calls itself "Chair City," the...
Missouri's motorcycle helmet law is under attack again, as a new bill is set to go up for debate in the state Senate that would allow motorcyclists over 21 to not wear a helmet. The state's current law says any operator or passenger must wear a helmet...
The future of the Ford Claycomo Assembly Plant may become much more clear this week, as officials say that the automaker and Missouri Governor Jay Nixon will sign a memorandum of understanding regarding a new line at the Northland facility. The move...
Posted by Sarah ClarkA new initiative in Missouri is aimed at helping small businesses grow and create jobs. Missouri Governor Jay Nixon unveiled a loan program on Tuesday that would give small businesses access to capital. The loan program is a public, private partnership...
Missouri Governor Jay Nixon took to the air on Monday, touring flooding along the Missouri River from St. Joseph north to the Iowa state line, as officials say that more stormy weather out west could cause more high water along the river in Missouri....
Tags: Disasters and Accidents, U.S. Army, Floods, Government, Traffic
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