After a lot of introspection and long conversations with family and friends, James Cordrey says he has decided to throw his hat into the ring for the open 109th State Representative race.
Nine months after Meramec State Park employees were tested for signs of the Bourbon virus, two lawmakers are demanding answers from the Department of Health and Senior Services (DHSS).
A lawsuit has been filed to have the Franklin County Prosecutor removed from three cases where the suspects are charged in the death of a former probation officer and drug counselor.
Franklin County clerk and election authority Debbie Door has announced that she will utilize the “random drawing” process on the first day of candidate filing for county offices to be nominated at the primary election to be held on Aug. 7, 2018.
A county man who volunteered at Union High School and was employed by the city of Union has been charged with sending pornography to a minor.
After the tragic killing of 17 people at a school in Florida on Valentine’s Day, some lawmakers representing Franklin County in the state Legislature were asked if tougher gun laws should be considered, especially on the AR-15 rifles.
The majority of East Central College students who currently pay course fees will see a decrease in the amount they owe starting next academic year.
Marthasville Community Ambulance Chief Ann Cleavelin said if voters approve a 10-cent property tax increase, the ambulance district will use the funds to purchase one new ambulance and do major upgrades on another.
State Rep. Nate Tate, R-St. Clair, has garnered support from prosecutors and other groups for his bill banning synthetic human urine.
In the wake of another shooting that left 17 dead at a Florida high school Wednesday, local educators say they’re doing many things to keep students safe and are always reviewing safety protocols.
High school students in East Central College’s service area seeking to earn dual enrollment credit will pay just 50 percent of the in-district tuition per credit hour.
In March, nearly two dozen East Central College students will become part of Carnegie Hall’s storied history, joining the likes of George Gershwin, Judy Garland and The Beatles.
The Franklin County Commission has updated its employee per diem and travel reimbursement formula, but not without questions from at least two other elected officials.
Several municipalities in Franklin County will be receiving their shares of taxes paid by railroad and utility companies for the year 2017 for use on roads and bridges.
Missouri Gov. Eric Greitens said Thursday he is not in favor of raising the Missouri gas tax by 10 cents per gallon to increase funding for state transportation infrastructure and doesn’t want to see the question go before voters.
Missouri Gov. Eric Greitens says he has already answered questions about his recent affair, allegations about blackmail and the potential for law enforcement involvement.
A 12th Judicial Circuit Judge has fined Villa Ridge resident Art LeBeau $5,000 for his continued unsuccessful lawsuits against Franklin County, the County Commission and County Counselor Mark Vincent.
East Central College Board of Trustees members were split Monday evening on whether there’s a necessity to seek candidates for an director of institutional effectiveness.
Sheria Yancey, Franklin County Farm Service Agency (FSA) executive director, invites farmers and landowners to join representatives of the United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) to learn more about erosion on their lands and to find out how to maintain USDA program benefits.
Voters in more than a dozen municipalities will have the opportunity to choose their leaders for boards and councils when the polls open on April 3.
A Warren County Associate Circuit judge has been appointed by the Missouri Supreme Court to hear the case of three suspects charged in the death of Kenneth Allen Jr.
Since July 2016, the Franklin County Sheriff’s Department has lost seven deputies to more lucrative opportunities at nearby agencies.