The Show-Me Report: December 18, 2014

News-Tribune: Gov. Nixon ends state of emergency for Ferguson protests

KBIA: Protestors shut down St. Louis City Hall

Post-Dispatch: Witness 40 in Michael Brown case raises questions about grand jury proceedings

KPLR: Gov. Nixon open to inquiry into National Guard use in Ferguson

St. Joseph Post: New leader for the Missouri’s education department

PoliticMO: Attorney General of Missouri Denies Doing Favors for Lobbyists

Post-Dispatch: Missouri minimum wage rises to $7.65 starting Jan. 1

PoliticMO: Nixon’s toll road proposal might face rough path forward

Kansas City Business News: Early polling shows tolls on I-70 unpopular

Missourinet: Dr. Margaret Vandeven named Missouri Education Commissioner

Ozark Area Network: Missouri Proposes Health Coverage for Eating Disorders

The Eagle: Missouri sets first execution date for 2015

The Missouri Times: PRESS RELEASE: Blunt’s Statement On President Obama’s Cuba Announcement

Post-Dispatch: Missouri AG Chris Koster to announce action on several St. Louis County municipalities

Kansas City Star: TheChat: Jason Kander touts work of new Elections Integrity Unit

News-Tribune: Father’s OK needed for abortions in newly filed Missouri bill

St. Joseph Post: Gov. announces Missouri cattle summit next month

News-Tribune: Schweich raises questions in ag department audit

Fox 2: Missouri mayor resigns after mother’s traffic stop

Kansas City Business Journal: Missouri gambling injects big boost into state’s economy

The Show-Me Report: December 18, 2014