Greitens Fails To Meet Promises On Ethics Laws

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. (AP) — Many top pro-business priorities of Republican Gov. Eric Greitens passed during his first legislative session, but campaign promises to ramp up ethics laws failed. Greitens’ biggest legislative successes of the annual session that ended Friday were on labor issues and changes aimed at making the state’s legal climate more business…

BBB Warns Of Phishing Scam

St. Louis, MO  (KTRS)  The Better Business Bureau (BBB) is warning Netflix consumers about at email phishing scam across the St. Louis and Southeast Missouri region. The warning appears three years after a BBB alert of bogus emails reported by two residents of Southeast Missouri. A new wave of fraudulent emails was falsely claimed by…

Missouri To Offer Resource Centers To Flood Victims

NEOSHO, Mo. (AP) — As rivers recede across much of Missouri after extensive flooding, victims will be able to get recovery help from response centers being set up in the state. The Missouri State Emergency Management Agency says it is helping coordinate what it calls “one-stop shops” for recovery services at makeshift resource centers. SEMA says…

Missouri bill would save senior, disabled aid

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. (AP) Missouri senators have passed a plan to prevent cuts to in-home and nursing care for seniors and people with disabilities. Senators voted 28-5 Thursday to spend as much as $35.4 million to keep those services intact. Republican Gov. Eric Greitens initially recommended reducing in-home and nursing care to save money. House…