Airlines are negotiating their way toward an agreement to fund a new single terminal at Kansas City International Airport, but they don’t agree on how to share the costs and didn’t appear at the City Council.
Missouri Auditor Nicole Galloway announced Thursday that she has begun a long-awaited review of Jackson County government operations by first focusing on the COMBAT anti-drug and anti-violent crime program.
Voters’ anger with President Trump helped Sharice Davids beat Republican Kevin Yoder in Kansas’ 3rd District, but Davids isn’t in a rush to join her fellow Democrats in pursuing investigations into the president.
Gov. Mike Parson on Tuesday appointed Eric Schmitt to replace Josh Hawley as Missouri’s next attorney general. Hawley was elected to the U.S. Senate a week ago when he defeated Democratic U.S. Sen. Claire McCaskill.
Johnson County cities are appealing for state funding help for key roadway projects, including widening U.S. 69 Highway south of Interstate 435, which is the most congested four-lane highway in Kansas.
Claire McCaskill’s defeat Tuesday marked the loss of more than just a race for Missouri Democrats. They hold just one statewide office, and Republicans dominate the state’s politics. As the party rebuilds, who make up the next generation?
Republican strategists and officials say Kris Kobach refused to listen to advice, was unwilling to put energy into fundraising and failed to set up a basic “get out the vote” operation. Some are happy to see him lose.
A federal grand jury has charged Capt. Kenneth Scott McKee with misconduct, negligence and inattention to duty in the sinking of a duck boat that killed 17 people on Table Rock Lake, near Branson, Missouri, in July.
After 36 years in office — as a legislator, county prosecutor, state auditor and two-term U.S. senator — Claire McCaskill may have stepped off the electoral stage for the final time after losing her re-election bid.
Leavenworth Co. Commissioner Louis Klemp comments on Robert E. Lee, slavery, Martin Luther King Jr., George Washington and Abraham Lincoln during an eight minute response while the commission was discussing holidays during a Nov. 30, 2017 meeting.