A state official is raising questions about investments of funds from the state's pension fund in companies with ties to terrorism. The MOSERS Board is meeting this morning in St Louis to consider a new policy for screening investments. KSMU's Missy Shelton reports.
Missouri's Government Review Commission met in Springfield today for several hours to listen to officials, advocates and private citizens talk about a wide range of ways to make state government more efficient. KSMU's Missy Shelton reports.
KSMU invited outgoing SMSU President John Keiser into the studio to talk about his tenure at the helm of Missouri's second largest university. Director of Broadcast Services Arlen Diamond hosted the interview which was broadcast on KSMU the week of June 27th.
During a visit to Springfield today (July 8), Governor Matt Blunt held a ceremonial bill signing for legislation that will allow county law enforcement to post photographs of sex offenders on the web. KSMU's Missy Shelton reports.