Det. Frank Till has announced plans to run for the District 9 Seat in the Missouri House of Representatives.
The Andrew County Republican announced Monday that he plans to run for the Missouri Senate.
The tax is expected to raise around $650,000 for the city's ambulance district. The money will help pay to update the ambulance fleet, hire more staff and cover maintenance costs on their vehicles.
Republican Party of Arkansas Chair Doyle Webb offers insight into the race for District 4's congressional nomination.
Republican Congressional Candidate in District 4 John Cowart joined us in the studio Thursday morning on KARK 4 Today.
Milwaukee Mayor Tom Barrett calls a new jobs report a 'political stunt' by Governor Scott Walker.
A new jobs report differs from federal numbers which show Wisconsin last in the nation for job growth.
Democratic Congressional Candidate in District 4 DC Morrison joined us in the studio for a LIVE interview Wednesday morning on KARK 4 Today.
Tuesday morning, we began a series of candidate profiles on KARK 4 Today leading up to Tuesday's primary election with a one-on-one interview with Congressional Candidate Gary Latanich from District 1 in Northeast Arkansas.
The City of Maryville is asking voters to approve a $13.7 million revenue bond to add a new sewer plant. The Department of Natural Resources says the city's current system does not meet state regulations.
Hamilton Henderson, running for the St. Joseph School Board, wants to help bring a better future to St. Joseph kids.
Local labor unions are showing their support for the St. Joseph School District's $42 million bond issue.
But a lack of direct communication between the school district and community members may sway voters to say no April 3rd.
Twenty-five year veteran law enforcement officer, Brock Johnson of Early, has announced candidacy in the Republican Primary for Brown County Sheriff.
School board candidates weigh in on the school district's biggest challenge of passing the PACT plan.
The St. Joseph School District awaits the voters' approval of a $42 million bond issue aimed at improving schools. Most of the money will pay for two new schools.
Dr. Rob Schaaf has sponsored a new State Senate bill that would put limitations on the food stamp benefits for illegal immigrants. Dr. Schaaf says under current Missouri law, immigrants could potentially get food stamps where their legal citizen counterparts might not.
A public forum is set for Tuesday, March 13 at 4:30 p.m. at the Troester Media Center. The forum is sponsored by the St. Joseph Education Coalition, a group that represents teachers, principals and administrators.