News Archive

Datesort ascending Headline
07/22/2016 Gov. Nixon announces $300,000 for GOCAT, the Greater Ozarks Center for Advanced Technology
07/21/2016 Gov. Nixon highlights Missouri’s increased investment in start-ups, position as leader in new business creation, in visit to BioGenerator Accelerator Labs in St. Louis
07/19/2016 Gov. Nixon names Senior Advisor and Legal Counsel Andrea Spillars as Counsel to the Governor
07/19/2016 HS Baking selects Joplin for its new $8 million flagship bakery, Gov. Nixon announces
07/15/2016 Missouri leads in Mental Health First Aid training, per capita, among states with the most people trained
07/15/2016 Gov. Nixon grants pardons to eight offenders
07/15/2016 Gov. Nixon appoints Ted Ardini to Missouri Court of Appeals, Western District
07/15/2016 Major mobile communications company selects Kansas City for its new headquarters, Gov. Nixon announces
07/14/2016 Gov. Nixon takes action on remaining bills of the 2016 legislative session
07/13/2016 Gov. Nixon signs legislation to update Missouri’s use-of-force statute, ban ticket quotas and make it easier for rehabilitated former offenders to close criminal records
07/12/2016 Gov. Nixon announces change in office’s communications leadership; Scott Holste to become communications director
07/11/2016 Gov. Nixon to represent Missouri at memorial service honoring fallen officers in Dallas on Tuesday
07/10/2016 Gov. Nixon will not travel to Europe this week
07/08/2016 Gov. Nixon signs bills relating to public safety and transportation
07/07/2016 Gov. Nixon announces former state Sen. Joseph Keaveny as Workers’ Compensation Administrative Law Judge
07/07/2016 Gov. Nixon vetoes photo ID bill that would have made it more difficult for Missourians to vote
07/06/2016 Gov. Nixon takes action to balance FY2017 budget
07/05/2016 Gov. Nixon to lead bipartisan delegation to the U.K., Ireland and Switzerland
07/05/2016 Gov. Nixon signs bill to protect consumers by allowing state review of rates for health insurance plans under Affordable Care Act
07/01/2016 Gov. Nixon signs bill to expand rights of crime victims, help colleges address issues of sexual and domestic violence