Debate inside the Missouri Capitol and in campaign-style attack advertisements make the special legislative session look like a major political battle.
Missouri Gov. Eric Greitens established the Committee for Simple, Fair and Low Taxes shortly after taking office in January. The series of town halls held by the committee across the state are meant to solicit feedback from taxpayers.
Bob Heiser has owned Crescent Jewelry Company, 207 Broadway, for 63 years. Although he may not have many items that might interest tourists, Heiser has watched for years in dismay at how many people don't cross the street from Main Street.
The construction of a new residence hall on the Culver-Stockton College campus received a major boost last month when the J.E. and L.E. Mabee Foundation awarded the college a $400,000 challenge grant.
Images of the Sept. 11 attacks were still on the minds of lawmakers and travelers when Congress passed the REAL ID Act in 2005. Nearly half of the states are still not fully compliant and Missouri is one of four that's ready to start work.
HANNIBAL, Mo. -- The Mark Twain Memorial Lighthouse will undergo a major renovation next year due to severe water damage and rotting wood, and engineering bids for structural analysis of the lighthouse will be solicited beginning in July.
Downtown Hannibal has lodging, dining, retail and riverfront leisure. The one thing missing is an accessible convenience store. America's Hometown Essentials will soon remedy that problem.