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Missouri News: DHSS remains committed to working with partners to ensure continuation of the Time Critical Diagnosis System

JEFFERSON CITY, MO – The Department of Health and Senior Services (DHSS) is working with partners, including hospitals, providers and emergency medical service professionals to ensure funding for the Time Critical Diagnosis (TCD) System will remain steady moving forward. The TCD System is a statewide system that brings together the 911 response system, ambulance services … Continue reading Missouri News: DHSS remains committed to working with partners to ensure continuation of the Time Critical Diagnosis System

Missouri Political News: Missouri Governor Mike Parson Signs Income Tax Cut for Missourians

Announces First Step to Long-term Tax Reform JEFFERSON CITY, MO – Missouri Governor Mike Parson visited Springfield, MO on Thursday to sign an income tax cut bill that will allow Missouri families to keep more of their paychecks.  This new tax cut will boost Missouri’s economy with reforms to both the individual income tax and … Continue reading Missouri Political News: Missouri Governor Mike Parson Signs Income Tax Cut for Missourians

Missouri News: Columbia Man, Deangelo Wayne Joe, Jr., Charged with Illegal Firearms

JEFFERSON CITY, MO – A Columbia, Missouri man was charged in federal court yesterday with illegally possessing firearms and ammunition that had been stolen in a recent burglary. Deangelo Wayne Joe, Jr., 23, was charged in a criminal complaint filed in the U.S. District Court in Jefferson City, Mo., with being a felon in possession … Continue reading Missouri News: Columbia Man, Deangelo Wayne Joe, Jr., Charged with Illegal Firearms

Missouri News: Fulton Man, Sanchez Monroe Walker, Pleads Guilty to Prostitution Business

JEFFERSON CITY, MO – A Fulton, Mo., man pleaded guilty in federal court today to transporting an individual across state lines as part of his prostitution business. Sanchez Monroe Walker, 31, pleaded guilty before U.S. Magistrate Judge Willie E. Epps, Jr., to transporting an individual across state lines to engage in prostitution. In early 2015, … Continue reading Missouri News: Fulton Man, Sanchez Monroe Walker, Pleads Guilty to Prostitution Business

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo.  | Missouri waterslide injury highlights lax regulation

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo.  —No government officials conducted a safety inspection of a new waterslide at Six Flags St. Louis before a woman said she suffered whiplash last month from the force of the “Typhoon Twister” that featured a five-story drop and a “45-foot zero gravity wave wall.” Officials said it’s no surprise that the slide … Continue reading JEFFERSON CITY, Mo.  | Missouri waterslide injury highlights lax regulation

JEFFERSON CITY, Missouri | Injury on Missouri waterslide highlights lax regulation

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo.  — No government officials conducted a safety inspection of a new waterslide at Six Flags St. Louis before a woman said she suffered whiplash last month from the force of the “Typhoon Twister” that featured a five-story drop and a “45-foot zero gravity wave wall.” Officials said it’s no surprise that the … Continue reading JEFFERSON CITY, Missouri | Injury on Missouri waterslide highlights lax regulation

Missouri Political News: Missouri Senator Caleb Rowden Appointed to Missouri Capitol Commission

JEFFERSON CITY, MO –Senator Caleb Rowden, R-Columbia, announced his appointment to the Missouri Capitol Commission.  The Commission, originally created in 1911 to oversee the construction of the State Capitol, is charged with the building’s preservation and restoration, and maintains the State Capitol’s vast art collection.  The commission also works to educate the public on the … Continue reading Missouri Political News: Missouri Senator Caleb Rowden Appointed to Missouri Capitol Commission

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo | Trump’s own tariffs make it harder to rebuild infrastructure

JEFFERSON CITY, MO — President Donald Trump wants to rebuild the nation’s transportation infrastructure. He also wants to strengthen the U.S. steel industry through tariffs on imports. But that second goal could make it more costly to accomplish the first. Since Trump announced the tariffs in March, prices have been rising for the American steel … Continue reading JEFFERSON CITY, Mo | Trump’s own tariffs make it harder to rebuild infrastructure