(The Center Square) – Two months after Mark McCloskey and his wife, Patricia, pleaded guilty to misdemeanor assault and harassment charges, Missouri Republican Gov. Mike Parson partially fulfilled a campaign promise on Tuesday by pardoning the couple.

(The Center Square) – With the federal Centers for Disease Control & Prevention’s nationwide eviction moratorium ending Sunday, Missouri began the week with $560 million in Congressionally-approved pandemic housing assistance in state coffers and about 200,000 Missourians facing eviction.

(The Center Square) – A powerful Missouri state senator wants the state’s education commissioner axed over what she believes is a dismissive response to concerns about critical race theory, but Gov. Mike Parson is having none of it.

(The Center Square) – The Missouri Public Service Commission (PSC) agreed Thursday to hear a petition filed by Spire STL Pipeline to allow it to continue transporting natural gas as a court order requires a federal commission to reassess its approval of the 65-mile pipeline.

(The Center Square) – Two months after Mark McCloskey and his wife, Patricia, pleaded guilty to misdemeanor assault and harassment charges, Missouri Republican Gov. Mike Parson partially fulfilled a campaign promise on Tuesday by pardoning the couple.

(The Center Square) – With the federal Centers for Disease Control & Prevention’s nationwide eviction moratorium ending Sunday, Missouri began the week with $560 million in Congressionally-approved pandemic housing assistance in state coffers and about 200,000 Missourians facing eviction.

(The Center Square) – A powerful Missouri state senator wants the state’s education commissioner axed over what she believes is a dismissive response to concerns about critical race theory, but Gov. Mike Parson is having none of it.

(The Center Square) – The Missouri Public Service Commission (PSC) agreed Thursday to hear a petition filed by Spire STL Pipeline to allow it to continue transporting natural gas as a court order requires a federal commission to reassess its approval of the 65-mile pipeline.