Among 14 bills Gov. Jay Nixon signed Tuesday was an update to legislation that rewrites Missouri’s criminal code.
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The Festus R-VI School District was named one of the top places to work in the St. Louis area in a recent survey.Read More »
The Office of State Courts Administrator (OSCA) and the Missouri Supreme Court have provided two grants to the county as part of an effort to eliminate unnecessary use of detention for juveniles.Read More »
At Monday’s Fox C-6 School Board meeting, the question of how to deal with $7 million in cuts to keep from deficit spending was foremost on the board’s mind.Read More »
A second attempt to allow mining in a residential zone district in House Springs was met with the same opposition from nearby residents as a previous attempt in 2010.Read More »
Missouri’s court commissioners might not see a raise this year, and the public defender’s office will have less money for hiring outside attorneys, as a result of budget cuts announced Tuesday.Read More »
A workforce reduction across four states in the Mercy health care system affected just 12 jobs at Mercy in Jefferson County. With nearly 1,300 employees at the hospital, the loss represented less than one percent of the workforce.Read More »