City Government Audit up for DebateA resolution calling for a state audit of St. Louis city government under debate in the city's board of aldermen.
Aldermen Call for City AuditA resolution calling for a state audit of St. Louis city government is expected to be introduced this week.
Audit Says Former Missouri Gov. Nixon Overspent on OfficeAuditor Nicole Galloway's office released a report Monday that says Nixon exceeded lawmaker-approved spending on his office, flights, mansion and security in fiscal years 2015 and 2016 by shifting expenses to other agencies and delaying paying bills.
City of Wellston Receives Performance Rating of "Poor"Among the most serious findings were a lack of city budgets and mismanagement of taxpayer dollars.
Stenger Calls for State Audit of Road and Bridge ProjectsStenger says he wants to restore public confidence in the process of how road and bridge repairs are awarded.
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.
Mo Auditor Subpoenas Gov Grieten's Office For Overdue Tax RefundsGalloway said the Department of Revenue has until April 28 to comply with the subpoena.
Hazelwood School District Faces Financial AuditResidents in the Hazelwood school district -- thousands of them -- wanted the state to audit the district, so now it is.
Four St. Louis Officers Accused of Overtime Pay ForgeryAn internal affairs investigation accused them of forging documents to collect thousands of dollars in overtime pay for work they did not perform.
University of Missouri System Spending Questioned in State AuditAuditor questions executive pay and benefits, and payments to resigned Columbia campus chancellor.
Audit Shows Standards for Higher Education Program LackingThe performance funding program gives money to schools based on performance in areas such as student success.
New Bill Attacks Corrupt Government LeadersSt. Louis County prosecutor Bob McCulloch says it's time to get tougher on government officials who abuse the public's trust.