• by Roy Blunt U.S. Senator

On an early September morning last year, a Springfield, Mo. mom walked into her daughter’s bedroom and experienced a tragedy no parent should ever have to face. Following a four-year battle with opioid addiction, her 20-year old daughter, a former high school cheerleader, was face-down in he…

  • by Paul Ewert CEO Beth Haven Nursing Home Hannibal

The State of Missouri is accelerating a looming crisis in long term care by not sufficiently reimbursing nursing homes for the care they deliver to Missouri’s low-income elderly and disabled populations dependent on the State’s Medicaid program.

  • by Philll Brooks

I’ve been surprised by the number of times I’ve heard White House Press Secretary Sarah Sanders answer questions at press briefings with the words “I think.”

  • by Sgt. Eric Brown Troop B Public Information Officer Missouri Highway Patrol

Springtime in Missouri means ever-changing weather. In the last month, Missourians have enjoyed clear days in the 70s and at other times taken shelter from tornados. When it’s warm out, spring is a great time to enjoy Missouri’s many lakes and rivers. But, remember that thunderstorms may to …

  • by Rachel Conrad

Well, we’ve made it. After 12 years, it’s finally here. I don’t know about you all, but I’ve had a countdown for way longer than senior year. And I know we’re all anxious to get our diplomas, so I’ll try to keep this short. 

  • by Phill Brooks

A cloak of secrecy has descended upon Missouri government to a degree I never imagined in all my decades covering this statehouse for you.

  • by Phill Brooks

The actions surrounding the inauguration of Missouri’s new governor suggested to me a level of governmental transformation I cannot recall since Kit Bond’s first gubernatorial term in 1973.

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