News Archive

Datesort ascending Headline
08/27/2014 Gov. Nixon names former St. Louis City Police Chief Daniel Isom director of Missouri Department of Public Safety
08/22/2014 Gov. Nixon appoints Kratofil to Jackson County Sports Complex Authority
08/21/2014 Gov. Nixon orders the Missouri National Guard to begin systematically withdrawing from the City of Ferguson
08/19/2014 Statement from Gov. Nixon regarding St. Louis County Prosecutor
08/19/2014 A message from Gov. Jay Nixon about the situation in Ferguson
08/18/2014 Statement from Gov. Nixon regarding the ongoing situation in Ferguson and role of National Guard
08/18/2014 Following coordinated attacks on civilians and law enforcement, Governor Nixon signs executive order directing Missouri National Guard resources to Ferguson
08/16/2014 Gov. Nixon declares state of emergency, puts curfew in place to protect public safety and security in Ferguson
08/15/2014 Statement from Gov. Nixon on announcement today by Ferguson Police Department
08/14/2014 Gov. Nixon announces Missouri State Highway Patrol will take the lead on security responsibilities in Ferguson
08/14/2014 Statement from Gov. Nixon on events in Ferguson
08/12/2014 Remarks by Gov. Nixon to community meeting of civic and faith leaders in North St. Louis County
08/12/2014 Gov. Nixon announces funding for early childhood education project in Christian County
08/12/2014 Gov. Nixon announces funding for early childhood education project in El Dorado Springs
08/11/2014 Gov. Nixon asks U.S. Department of Justice for an independent investigation of fatal shooting in Ferguson
08/10/2014 Op-ed: Working together to make progress on mental health
08/07/2014 Growing bipartisan coalition supports sustaining Gov. Nixon's vetoes of special tax breaks
08/05/2014 Gov. Nixon denies clemency petition of Michael Worthington
08/04/2014 Gov. Nixon visits Greene County Public Safety Center for roundtable discussion about the impact of special tax breaks on public safety and other local services
08/01/2014 Missouri schools would lose $93 million in funding if special tax breaks passed by the legislature become law, Gov. Nixon says

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