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In the St. Louis area, the state Senate race drawing the most attention was in west St. Louis County, where incumbent state Sen. Andrew Koenig faced state Rep. Deb Lavender, D-Kirkwood. more
Missouri voters had a second chance Tuesday to consider how the state should draw its political boundaries for choosing state legislators.  more
Voters weighed in on four ballot proposals: To end the residency requirement for city government employees. To overhaul the way city elections are run. To increase property taxes for early childhood … more
COLUMBIA, Mo. (AP) — Incumbent Republican Gov. Mike Parson has won another four years in office, turning back a challenge from Democratic Auditor Nicole Galloway on Tuesday. Parson's win is at … more
U.S. PresidentDonald Trump (Republican): 15,468 (66.86%)Joe Biden (Democrat): 6,961 (30.09%)Jo Jorgensen (Libertarian): 551 (2.38%)Howie Hawkins (Green): 66 (0.29%)Don Blankenship (Constitution): 39 … more
Johnson County will continue to be represented by Republicans in the Missouri House of Representatives and Senate. Terry Thompson and Kurtis Gregory were both elected to their first term as state … more
All three of the Republican incumbents for Johnson County office on the General Election ballot have won re-election.Eastern Commissioner John Marr, Western Commissioner Charlie Kavanaugh and Public … more
The attorney general, treasurer, secretary of state and lieutenant governor all won four-year terms along with Gov Mike Parson. more
COLUMBIA, Mo. (AP) — Republican Mike Parson has won the Missouri governor's race, defeating Democratic state Auditor Nicole Galloway for the chance to serve a full term in the role he inherited … more
In the nationally watched race between Republican U.S. Rep. Ann Wagner and Democratic State Sen. Jill Schupp in Missouri’s 2nd Congressional District, Wagner won.  more
St. Louis Circuit Attorney Kimberly M. Gardner, City Treasurer Tishaura Jones and Sheriff Vernon Betts are all considered strong favorites to preserve power in a city that overwhelmingly picks … more
“I wish it was like this every election,” said Jenny Gamache, 58, a business owner reflecting on her 90-minute wait in line at the arena. “That’s how it should be. It’s good to see a lot of … more
COVID is real. As we awake from our 2020 election nightmare — no matter which way the final results end up — those three words should haunt a weary nation. COVID is real. Those three … more
The Missouri State Highway Patrol reportes one person was seriously injured in a single-vehicle wreck Friday, Oct. 30, at Highway 13 and Northeast 950 Road. The wreck occurred when a GMC Envoy, … more
Missouri State University has announced the names of local summer 2020 graduates. Morgan E. Hawley, of Kingsville, graduated with a Master of Business Administration. William J. Noe, of Knob … more
WARRENSBURG — While coronavirus has created challenges in providing a large-scale Community Connect event this fall, campus members are working to make possible an alternative event that entails … more
WARRENSBURG — For the first time in history, the fall 2020 commencement exercises at the University of Central Missouri will feature 10 ceremonies in the span of a three-day weekend, Friday-Sunday, … more
Take a tour through are top images in the month of November 2020 from the photojournalists of the Omaha World-Herald. more
WARRENSBURG — Warrensburg residents are encouraged to start their holiday shopping season by participating in the Love What’s Local Holiday Open House event, a holiday promotion featuring … more
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