Is it still hurting nearby nightspots?
93 percent of all the housing units downtown are occupied, up 1 percent from the year before, say the latest stats from Downtown STL Inc.
Ricco Young of East St. Louis is accused of holding up GCS Credit Union on March 24
MSD officials on Wednesday clarified that only the bills of multifamily and commercial customers will be affected. Some apartment owners and renters, and 3,700 businesses, could still face high charges.
A 72-year-old eastern Missouri woman is the first Missouri Lottery player to win $25,000 a year for life as part of a new game.
The Illinois Legislature has approved a plan ending weeks of negotiations over plugging a $1.6 billion hole in this year’s state budget.
Nearly 33 years after delivering a game-winning hit in his first major league at-bat, former Cardinal Curt Ford may be leaving after what police say was a racially motivated attack.
CEO of U.S. Steel promises shutdown is only temporary.
When you buy something in a St. Louis County city, the sales taxes either go straight to that city or to a pool that all cities in the county share. Chesterfield, at its founding, decided to be a pool city – a decision it now regrets.
Even if the district thinks about a tax increase for next year, it won’t stop this year’s cuts, which include up to 45 teachers, all tutors, no more library books, band instruments, swimming pools or clubs, and no more school buses for kids within a 3-mile walk of their school.
Missouri Gov. Jay Nixon implored lawmakers to embrace policies that “foster healing and hope” Wednesday as he delivered his first State of the State address since the unrest that erupted over the fatal police shooting of a black 18-year-old in Ferguson.