Missouri Gov. Eric Greitens' fate now hangs over the last four weeks of the 2018 legislative session like a dark cloud, and lawmakers are beginning to take steps to both isolate the embattled governor and potentially remove him from office.
Poll released Saturday by the Missouri Scout news service showed support for the governor riding along party lines. In U.S. Senate matchup, Missouri Scout poll shows McCaskill with a 4 percent edge over Hawley.
New fiscal forecast for Kansas’ government Friday boosts projected tax collections enough for some officials to declare the state can afford extra spending on schools lawmakers have approved, while a top Republican called for tax cuts.
The advisory group appointed by Mayor Sly James to recommend how Kansas City can best honor Martin Luther King spent part of its first meeting in closed session Friday to review city ordinances that specify how streets are renamed.
Missouri Gov. Eric Greitens was indicted Friday, April 20, on a felony computer tampering charge stemming from his use of a veterans charity’s donor list ahead of the 2016 election. This is the governor's second felony charge this year.
Kobach, the Kansas secretary of state and a GOP frontrunner for governor, and roughly 200 people gathered around the state Capitol steps to express their concern that gun rights are under attack in the United States amid anger over mass shootings at schools.
The Kansas City Council heard different approaches to dealing with the troubled American Jazz Museum Thursday April 19. Councilman Jermaine Reed would keep the museum open. Mayor Pro Tem Scott Wagner wants to cut off funding.
The Kansas City Council voted Thursday April 19 to limit City Manager Troy Schulte's power to sign contracts without council approval. The bill is a more moderate version of one originally by Councilman Quinton Lucas last October,
ERG Defense Fund, a nonprofit created to raise and spend money to cover Gov. Eric Greitens' legal expenses, has reported that it neither raised nor spent any money in March 2018, the first month of its existence.
A felony invasion-of-privacy case against Missouri Gov. Eric Greitens will continue on, a St. Louis judge ruled Thursday, but he said St. Louis Circuit Attorney Kim Gardner had committed "sanctionable" rules violations.
Allegations that Missouri Governor Eric Greitens' gubernatorial campaign misused the donor list belonging to a veterans charity first emerged in October 2016. Democrats think Hawley could have accused Greitens of a felony sooner.