The incentives will be a key part of Missouri’s bid for the Boeing 777X jetliner in a competition featuring more than a dozen states from coast to coast.
St. Louis County Executive Charlie Dooley made it official Thursday night at the Hilton Garden Inn. He is seeking re-election.
St. Louis Firefighters continue to fight to save their pension system — despite a court ruling that found the city has the authority to change the plan.
They’ve been tripped up by differences over the nation’s food stamp program and how to restructure farm subsidies.
The overhaul, approved by the General Assembly this week after years of delay and inaction, cuts benefits for most employees and retirees.
Senate Bill 1 unanimously passed out of the House Economic Development Committee 24-0 Thursday afternoon. The House Rules Committee later approved the plan.
No end in sight with the ongoing battles between the Monarch Fire Protection District Board and its employees. The latest controversy surrounds the elimination of the Public Education officer position.
Part of the incentive package to lure Boeing to St. Louis will include land near Lambert-St. Louis International Airport.
The Senate’s 23-8 vote in a special session sends the measure to the House with just a few days remaining before what Gov. Jay Nixon has said is a Tuesday deadline to submit a proposal to Boeing.
The incentives, which are tied to job creation, are the sole focus of a special session called by Gov. Jay Nixon as Missouri contends with more than a dozen other locations to produce the next-generation 777X airplane.