Last updateFri, 19 Dec 2014 3pm


Gov. Nixon will serve as vice chairman of Governors’ Biofuels Coalition for 2015; will take chairmanship in 2016

JEFFERSON CITY – Gov. Jay Nixon will serve as the 2015 vice chairman of the Governors’ Biofuels Coalition. The 33-state bipartisan organization was founded more than 20 years ago to increase the use of ethanol based fuels, decrease the nation’s dependence on imported energy resources, improve the environment and stimulate the national economy. Gov. Nixon would become chairman of the group in January 2016; Gov. Terry Branstad of Iowa will serve as chair in 2015.

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Gov. Nixon launches Show-Me Heroes Chamber Challenge to help connect veterans with jobs in their communities

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. – In recognition of Veterans Day (Nov. 11) next week, Gov. Jay Nixon is issuing a challenge to local chambers of commerce to encourage their members to take the Show-Me Heroes pledge and actively recruit veterans and service members for available positions. The Show-Me Heroes Chamber Challenge will be administered by the Missouri Division of Workforce Development.

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 Troop I to participate in "Get Your 'Clicks' On Rt. 66" enforcement operation

Captain James W. Remillard, commanding  officer, Troop I, announces Troop I officers will again team up with law enforcement agencies in other states in the “Get Your ‘Clicks’ On Route 66” seat belt crackdown on Friday, November 7, 2014.


Gov. Jay Nixon said tactics, agenda won't change despite historic Democratic defeat

JEFFERSON CITY - One day after his party lost a number of legislative seats, Democratic Gov. Jay Nixon said he will not change his tactics or agenda following his party's election day defeat.
Republicans now hold veto-proof majorities in both chambers, with the second largest number of seats held by a single party in the House since it was expanded to 163 members.

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Former House Democrat and current House Democratic leader spar over switching parties

JEFFERSON CITY - On Election Night, Rep. Linda Black of St. Francois County coasted to a reelection victory with no challenger facing her.
The next day, she announced she is switching her political allegiance to the Republican Party.
House Democratic Leader Jacob Hummel said the way Black switched parties was not right.

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Low-income Missourians to receive assistance staying warm this winter

• Applications for the Low-Income Home Energy Assistance Program now being accepted
JEFFERSON CITY, MO - As autumn leaves and temperatures drop around Missouri, the Missouri Department of Social Services is reminding Missourians in-need that the Low-Income Home Energy Assistance Program (LIHEAP) can help them with their heating bills this fall and winter.