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JEFFERSON CITY, Mo – I hit the ground running by beginning this week with a Workforce Development committee hearing on Monday. Not only did we hear public testimony for a bill relating to worker’s compensation, but we also heard a very informative presentation from guest speakers regarding future...
Typically one of the best-attended events of any legislative session, the annual State of the State Address was entirely different this year. Due to concerns over COVID-19, the decision was made to forego the usual joint-session of the General Assembly in the House of Representatives’ chamber....
Typically one of the best-attended events of any legislative session, the annual State of the State Address was entirely different this year. Due to concerns over COVID-19, the decision was made to forego the usual joint-session of the General Assembly in the House of Representatives’ chamber....
JEFFERSON CITY, Mo – The House returned to business this week after taking a break due to COVID concerns and we certainly hit the ground running. My calendar consisted of daily floor debate, meetings, and committee hearings. As you may also be aware, the Governor gave his annual State of the State...
The Little Otter Creek Lake Committee and the Caldwell County commission met January 15 at the Nazarene Church in Kingston. There were around 25 individuals in attendance with approximately half attending by virtual call-in. Due to the weather and continued social distancing of the corona virus...
Patti Herring sobs as she sorts through the remains of her home in Fultondale, Ala., on Tuesday, Jan. 26, 2021, after it was destroyed by a tornado. (AP Photo/Jay Reeves)
Multiple other reports of injuries and people trapped emerged throughout the night, with dozens of people suffering injuries.  AccuWeather Global Weather Center – A large and dangerous tornado struck a northern suburb of Birmingham late Monday night under the cover of darkness, leaving behind a...
JEFFERSON CITY, Mo – On Wednesday, January 6th I had the distinct honor to take the oath of office administered by Secretary of State Jay Ashcroft. As a duly elected State Representative, it is my privilege to serve the people of the 8th District. The following week, I was able to attend the...
This week, legislators returned to the Capitol for the start of the 101st General Assembly. Activity in the Senate got underway at noon on Wednesday with 34 members taking their places in the chamber. Among my colleagues were 11 newly elected senators who took the oath of office for the first time...
AccuWeather Global Weather Center – January 14, 2020 – Late in 2020 and early in 2021, AccuWeather meteorologists warned that a weakening of the polar vortex was coming and a major southward discharge of cold air would follow during the second half of January. That big discharge is still coming,...
A winter storm with accumulating snow and high winds will make driving hazardous starting around midnight and continuing most of the day on Friday, affecting both morning and evening commutes. Forecast snow totals vary with the possibility of blizzard conditions in the northwestern part of the...

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