A St. Louis county councilwoman is demanding answers from County Executive Charlie Dooley after Standard & Poor’s downgraded the county’s bond rating last week.
Bank repossessions of homes in St. Louis shot up 30 percent last month, while nationwide they fell one percent.
As a series of meeting about parking in St. Louis wrapped up this week, Treasurer Tishaura Jones said lots of good ideas were thrown out that will “move parking in the city from the 19th to the 21st century.”
Officials say around 11:00 a.m. a man in his 30s allegedly robbed the U.S. Bank inside a Schnucks grocery store on Butler Hill Rd.
Only 751 Missouri residents have selected a health insurance plan through the federally run online marketplace during the first month of its troubled launch, the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services reported Wednesday.
The Associated Press found ethanol production results in less land conservation and more farm fertilizer runoff.
American Cruise Lines expects St. Louis Police to add security before the boat returns in June. If they don’t, it won’t rule out hiring private security.
The council passed an amendment stating anyone could apply for a waiver from the rear-yard fee, which is $15 a month, but tabled the amended measure.
Many may be thinking of reaching out and donating money to the victims of the Typhoon Haiyan in the Philippines. The St. Louis Better Business Bureau offers these tips for safe giving.
Last week St. Peters aldermen voted unanimous to remove a city ban on assessing points for camera violations.