Short-Term Budget Fix for Illinois Close, But Not SchoolsIllinois Gov. Bruce Rauner said Monday he's close to a compromise with Democratic lawmakers on a partial-year budget plan with just three days left in the fiscal year, but said that's not the case on legislation he favors to open public schools on time.
U.S. Supreme Court Ruling Throws Missouri Laws Into QuestionA U.S. Supreme Court ruling Monday that struck down some Texas abortion regulations also could mean similar Missouri laws are upended.
Nixon Vows to Veto Sweeping Missouri Gun Rights BillNixon had received more than 4,000 emails, faxes, letters, mail-ins and electronic petitions concerning the bill.
Sanders Campaign Influences Democratic Party Policy DraftDocument approved Saturday during party session in St. Louis
DNC Committee Meets in St. LouisPanel rejects party platform proposal opposing TPP trade deal
St. Louis Board of Aldermen Facing Budget WoesMoney is tight at city hall, as St. Louis Aldermen work on a $1.4 billion budget for the fiscal year that starts in July.
Nixon Signs Bill to Connect Prisons, Hospitals to Local FoodMissouri Gov. Jay Nixon has signed legislation to expand a state program aimed at serving locally grown food in school cafeterias.
How Will Brexit Decision Impact Mississippi River Exports?St. Louis based group says Britain may no longer be gateway for E.U. trade
Slay Offers to Meet with Stenger Over MetroLinkStenger's office says he will return call "as soon as he is able."
'Good Samaritan' Bill Becomes Law in St. LouisProtects most of those who report heroin overdoses from arrest.
Alderman Pushes for Speed Humps in Residential AreasSpeed humps are about 3 1/2 inches tall, but are much wider and more gradual than speed bumps.
Senators Say Cable TV Users Aren't Refunded for OverchargesThe Senate Permanent Investigations subcommittee found Time Warner Cable and Charter Communications made no effort to trace set-top box equipment overcharges and to provide refunds to customers.