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STL Board of Aldermen Votes to Investigate Claims of Stadium Bribery The St. Louis Board of Aldermen votes to investigate allegations of bribery surrounding the effort to build a stadium to keep the St. Louis Rams here.
Missouri Senate Votes to Ban Traffic-Ticket QuotasLast year, Missouri enacted a law lowering the percentage of revenue cities can collect from traffic fines.
Lawmakers, Governor Quarrel Over UM System WoesRepublican-led General Assembly leaders say they're in no hurry to seat new curators
Maryland Heights Council Approves RFP For Kroenke Associate's Dream ProjectCity officials downplay Kroenke's connection after unanimous approval of request for proposals.
St. Louis Aldermen Want Hearings Into Bribery AllegationsThe St. Louis Board of Aldermen is moving toward hearings to investigate claims by one of its members that bribery was in the breeze during the recent football stadium debate.
Earnings Tax Supporters Worry About Full BallotSupporters of the St. Louis earnings tax -- which supplies a full one-third of the city's revenue -- are watching the April election ballot warily.
Joe Edwards Talks New Concert Venue, Businesses Leaving The LoopJoe Edwards, owner of Blueberry Hill and co-owner of The Pageant, and his business partner Pat Hagin have announced plans to build a new concert venue on The Loop called Delmar Hall.
Illinois Debt Deepens: State Comptroller Sounds The AlarmIt's such a huge number, it's hard for people to wrap their heads around it.
Ferguson Activist Running For Baltimore MayorDeRay McKesson became nationally-known through Black Lives Matter effort following death of Michael Brown, Jr.
Illinois Medical Marijuana Patients Now Number 4,400The Illinois Department of Public Health announced Wednesday it has approved 4,400 patients for the pilot program.
Crestwood Plaza Redevelopment Public Hearing TonightTIF Commission will take comments beginning at 7 pm.
Bill Transferring West Lake Remediation from EPA to Army Corps Passes U.S. SenateThe measure, sponsored by U.S. Senators Claire McCaskill and Roy Blunt, would put the landfill under the Army Corps' Formerly Utilized Sites Remedial Action Program, or FUSRAP.

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