The Western District of Missouri comprises 66 of the state's 114 counties, consisting of five divisions: St. Joseph, Western, Southwestern, Southern, and Central. The main office is in Kansas City, with district offices in Springfield and Jefferson City.
The Western District of Missouri contains 40,251 square miles and has a population of roughly 3.1 million people, according to the 2010 Census. Included in the district are the metropolitan areas of Kansas City, Mo., St. Joseph, Columbia, Jefferson City, Springfield and Joplin.
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