Missouri

News from across the state of Missouri including General News, State Political News, Entertainment, Sports, and Real Estate.  Our news is aggregated by Blogarama, RSS.News and STLNewsMissouri.com.

Missouri was part of the Louisiana Purchase in 1803.  Jefferson City has been the state capitol since 1826.  With more than six million residents, Missouri is the 18th most populous state and is the 21st most extensive area.

Governor: Mike Parson (R)

Lt Governor: Mike Kehoe (R)

Attorney General: Josh Hawley (R)

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Missouri News: Columbia Police investigate shots heard on Clarkson Road on Oct. 16

COLUMBIA, MO – Columbia Police officers were dispatched to a shots heard call on Oct. 16 at approximately 7:45 p.m. at the intersection of Clarkson and Burnam roads.  A delivery driver reported a male subject on foot at the intersection fired a handgun and pointed the gun towards the delivery vehicle. People in the area … Continue reading Missouri News: Columbia Police investigate shots heard on Clarkson Road on Oct. 16

Missouri Lottery News: Columbia man, James Robinson, wins $100,000 top prize

JEFFERSON CITY, MO – James Robinson took a personal day from work the day after he won a $100,000 top Scratchers prize at the Fraternal Order of Eagles, 2513 North Stadium in Columbia, Missouri. “A friend bought four tickets and didn’t win anything,” explained the Columbia resident.  “I put a $20 in and the third … Continue reading Missouri Lottery News: Columbia man, James Robinson, wins $100,000 top prize

Missouri News: Senator Bill Eigel Encourages Student Artists to Submit Their Work to the 2019 Senate Art Exhibit

JEFFERSON CITY, MO — Missouri State Senator Bill Eigel, R-Weldon Spring, would like to encourage student artists in the 23rd Senatorial District to consider submitting their work to the 2019 Missouri Senate Art Exhibit, which is now accepting entries. Each year, the 34 senators of the Missouri Senate each select a piece of student artwork … Continue reading Missouri News: Senator Bill Eigel Encourages Student Artists to Submit Their Work to the 2019 Senate Art Exhibit

Missouri News: Versailles Man, Joseph Marin Melendez, Pleads Guilty to Illegally Possessing Nine Firearms Stolen from Pawn Shop

JEFFERSON CITY, MO – A Versailles, Missouri man who stole nine firearms during the burglary of a local pawn shop pleaded guilty in federal court today for illegally possessing the firearms. Joseph Marin Melendez, 47, pleaded guilty before U.S. Magistrate Judge Willie J. Epps, Jr., to being a felon in possession of firearms. By pleading … Continue reading Missouri News: Versailles Man, Joseph Marin Melendez, Pleads Guilty to Illegally Possessing Nine Firearms Stolen from Pawn Shop

Missouri News: Riverside Man, Christopher G. Brenner, Sentenced for Child Pornography

Riverside, Missouri man, Christopher G. Brenner, sentenced to 11 years in federal prison without parole for sharing pornography over the internet KANSAS CITY, MO – A Riverside, Missouri man was sentenced in federal court today for sharing child pornography over the internet. Christopher G. Brenner, 36, was sentenced by U.S. District Judge Roseann Ketchmark to … Continue reading Missouri News: Riverside Man, Christopher G. Brenner, Sentenced for Child Pornography

Missouri News: Missouri AG Josh Hawley Files Amicus Brief Opposing Mandated Government Subsidization of Discriminatory Boycotts Against Israel

JEFFERSON CITY, MO – Missouri Attorney General Josh Hawley and eight other states today filed an amicus brief in the United States Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit supporting Arizona’s motion to stay a preliminary injunction against an Arizona law that prohibits the State from entering into procurement contracts with businesses that boycott Israel. … Continue reading Missouri News: Missouri AG Josh Hawley Files Amicus Brief Opposing Mandated Government Subsidization of Discriminatory Boycotts Against Israel

St. Louis News: Stéphane Denève returns to conduct first concert as Music Director Designate of the St. Louis Symphony Orchestra

Denève, whose tenure as Music Director begins next season, leads a program of Berlioz’ Selections from Romeo and Juliet, Wagner’s Prelude to Tristan and Isolde, Scriabin’s Poem of Ecstasy, and the SLSO premiere of Peter Lieberson’s Neruda Songs with mezzo-soprano Kelley O’Connor ST LOUIS, MO – Stéphane Denève returns to St. Louis for the first … Continue reading St. Louis News: Stéphane Denève returns to conduct first concert as Music Director Designate of the St. Louis Symphony Orchestra

St. Louis News: Prop S Youth Crime Prevention Fund Application Now Open

The application is now open. Nonprofits can apply until Nov. 13. ST. LOUIS, MO – The Public Safety Committee of the Board of Aldermen has approved approximately $950,000 to award in calendar year 2019 for programs designed to prevent crimes perpetrated by youth in the City of St. Louis, Missouri. The Committee is seeking proposals … Continue reading St. Louis News: Prop S Youth Crime Prevention Fund Application Now Open