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Mayoral Candidate Andrew Jones Wants to Break Democratic StreakMayoral Candidate Andrew Jones is hoping to break the chain of consecutive Democratic St. Louis mayors at nine.
St. Louis Executives Volunteer with Meals on WheelsSt. Louis executives delivered Meals on Wheels to seniors yesterday morning.
Backers Support Jobs, Kids Clubs from New Soccer StadiumIf city voters do approve the new soccer stadium, backers are promising great benefits for the region.
Father, Daughter Run for Aldermanic Seats in St. Louis City WardsA unique situation has unfolded on the political front in St. Louis city.
Federal Judge Defers Ruling on Missouri Abortion RulesPlanned Parenthood pressed a federal judge Tuesday to block abortion-restricting Missouri rules similar to Texas ones struck down last year by the U.S. Supreme Court.
Illinois Governor Announces Cybersecurity PlanThe administration has proposed $900 million for all information technology services in the state's next budget.
Illinois House Votes Against Making Obama Birthday a HolidayThe Illinois House has rejected making his birthday a state holiday.
Problems Arise for Props 1 & 2 Ahead of April ElectionWith two weeks to go before Election Day in April, problems are looming in St. Louis city for Propositions 1 and 2. Proposition 1 is for MetroLink expansion, and Proposition 2 for a soccer stadium.
Democratic Candidates Flood Ill. Gubernatorial RaceThe field of Democrats hoping to unseat Illinois Governor Bruce Rauner next year is growing.
Schnucks Settles Union DisputeYou won't see the Teamsters picketing outside area Schnucks stores anymore.
Metrolink Shooting Raises Questions of Increased SecurityMetrolink riders are beginning to grow wary after an innocent bystander at the Busch Stadium Metrolink platform was shot in the head from a gun fired inside a train and hospitalized in critical condition.
Politicians, Police Debate Prop AState Senator Jamillah Nasheed supports getting rid of the Recorder of Deeds office in city government in favor of police body cameras. The police union says that money should be used to pay officers to stay in the city.

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