The proposed lease agreement between St. Louis and Portland must still be approved by Portland’s transit agency today.
She says a Nixon staffer told members of the Missouri Housing Development Commission to put a hold on low-income tax credits.
The radioactive dirt was found about 30 feet below the surface, in an area where landfill owner Republic Services want to dig a firebreak trench.
A St. Louis taxi driver says he’s being persecuted for his religious beliefs — not by his employer, but by the Metro Taxicab Commission.
Alabama’s offer to land Boeing’s new aircraft plant includes financial incentives that don’t exist now, the governor said Tuesday.
“There’s absolutely no doubt that cold weather has hurt this past week,” Dave Overfelt with the Missouri Retailers Association says.
Lawmakers approved the incentive package during a one-week special session last week. Senate Bill 1 passed the Senate by a vote of 23-8 and the House by a vote of 127-20.
16 hospitals from throughout southwestern Illinois will take part in Tuesday’s exercise, which will simulate a train crash in Alton.
Trustee Chris Guy voted against the same proposal two weeks ago because, in his words, the township doesn’t need the money.
Last year, the city approved $58,000 for White Buffalo Inc. to kill 125 deer but will be spending less this year, $40,000.
A former Western Electric telephone factory in Midtown is being renovated into an office and laboratory space called @4240.