A well-funded liberal women’s group has endorsed Sharice Davids in Kansas’ 3rd congressional district months after its former favored Democrat in the race dropped her bid in the wake of a sexual harassment controversy.
The Kansas City Council passed two resolutions on May 24 to give itself a more direct role in fixing the troubled American Jazz Museum in the 18th & Vine District. One council member accused his colleagues of bad faith.
U.S. Sen. Claire McCaskill on Thursday called for a federal investigation into what she called “potentially fraudulent practices” stemming from a $90 million billing scheme at a rural Missouri hospital.
The chairman of the Missouri House committee investigating Gov. Eric Greitens said Thursday that he's spoken with the FBI about accusations that the governor's campaign sought contributions from foreign donors.
Kansas' child welfare agency said Wednesday it is has heard multiple concerns about children who must stay in offices overnight because of a shortage of foster care beds, leading to added oversight of KVC Health Systems.
The publisher of The Missouri Times refused to answer questions Wednesday about whether money he delivered to a St. Louis attorney originally came from a Republican donor with a grudge against Gov. Eric Greitens.
Jackson County legislator Crystal Williams is denouncing an anonymous and unfounded attempt to link her to the misdeeds of former county executive Mike Sanders, who is awaiting sentencing on a federal public corruption charge.
Missouri lawmakers asked a judge Wednesday to force Gov. Eric Greitens' campaign and political nonprofit to turn over documents they believe could demonstrate efforts to illegally circumvent the state's campaign disclosure laws.
Missouri Gov. Eric Greitens’ legal team grilled his alleged victim about whether she was aroused during the sexual encounter at the center of the scandal, according to testimony read aloud by Missouri lawmakers Wednesday.
Missouri lawmakers spent hours Tuesday reading aloud the previously secret testimony of a woman who accused Gov. Eric Greitens of coercive and violent sexual misconduct during a 2015 extramarital affair.
Missouri lawmakers are set to lay out the framework for the special session to consider whether to impeach Gov. Eric Greitens. Now, the legislative and executive branches appear to be on a collision course that could end up in a courtroom.
Missouri Times publisher Scott Faughn wouldn't say where he got the money he gave to Al Watkins. Faun says it was for audio outlining allegations against Gov. Greitens. Faughn's lawyer, Chuck Hatfield, sparred with Rep. Jay Barnes in this clip.