Missouri Governor Greitens Fined for State Campaign Finance ViolationsThe Missouri Ethics Commission says Greitens failed to disclose his campaign received a donor list from a non-profit he established
Mo. Bill Would Allow Public Funds to go to Private SchoolsA measure to allow state funds go to private schools was passed by the Missouri Senate.
Local Mayors Step in on Budget DebateSuburban Chicago mayors are stepping into the statewide debate over freezing local property taxes.
Illinois Bill Could Keep Presidential Candidates Off the BallotPresidential candidates would have to release their tax returns under a bill passed by the Illinois Senate.
Meeting Set to Hear Public Opinions on MetrolinkSt. Louis County Council chair Sam Page says the council has set a date and time to hear public testimony concerning safety and security on the Metrolink.
Southeast Missouri Congressman Speaks at the White HouseA member of Missouri's Republican Congressional delegation gets a moment to speak at The White House.
Preschool Expulsions Prompt New Education BillChildren in state-funded preschools in Illinois are being suspended at a rate 13 times greater than in public K through 12 schools.
Ill. House Bill Requires Elementary, High Schools to Teach CursiveDon't toss that grammar school composition paper yet!
Missouri House Passes Bill to Protect Airbnb, Other RentalsThe bill would leave it up to local governments to set requirements for the minimum age for guests, registration and safety.
Larry Rice Asks Gov. Greitens for Help with HomelessAsked what buildings he had in mind, Rice says there may be some space at the State Hospital on Arsenal Street.
St. Louis' City Minimum Wage May Rise as Early as Next WeekMayor Lyda Krewson calls the increase "good for our city's economy'' and "a win for our city's working families.''
Audit: Ferguson Courts 'In Disarray' After Police KillingState Auditor Nicole Galloway was in St. Louis to release details of the audit, which gave Ferguson courts a "poor'' rating the lowest available rating.