Missouri’s U.S. Senators Respond To Funding Bill

U.S. Senator Roy Blunt issued a statement today [Thursday] after the Senate passed a bipartisan funding bill that will fund the fiscal year and give President Donald Trump some funding for the border wall. In the statement Blunt says in part “This bill marks a step toward securing the border. It’s not the agreement either […]

Partial Government Shutdown

A partial federal shut down began early this morning [Saturday] after lawmakers could not come to an agreement for President Donald Trump’s demands for $5 billion dollars to build the Mexican border wall. Negotiations are expected to continue today in a rare Saturday session. House members were told they would get 24 hours notice before […]

Hawley Set To Serve On Multiple Committees

Senator-elect Josh Hawley has been selected to serve on multiple committees during his time in office in Washington. Hawley has been chosen to serve on the Judiciary, Homeland Security and Governmental Affairs Committees in Congress. Additionally he will serve on the Committee on Small Business and Entrepreneurship and the Special Committee on Aging.

Website Thought To have Ties To Human Trafficking Seized

The Department of Justice has seized Backpage.com and all affiliated accounts. U.S. Senator Claire McCaskill, who has been vocal on the website released a statement saying “This is great news for survivors, advocates, and law enforcement in Missouri and across the country, but it’s also long-overdue, and further proof of why our bipartisan legislation is […]

MPSD On Hand To Honor Fallen FBI Agent

Mexico Public Safety made an appearance at the funeral for FBI Agent Melissa Morrow yesterday. [Tuesday] According to Mexico Public Safety Chief Susan Rockett, their presence was requested due to Morrow’s ties to the community. Special Agent Morrow served at the Pentagon in the months following the 9/11 attacks. She was diagnosed with a highly […]