Prosecutors Aim to Block Medical Marijuana Initiative from BallotAmong them are St. Louis City Circuit Attorney Jennifer Joyce and St. Louis County Prosecutor Bob McCullough.
City Voters Expected to Show For Tight RacesThere is a tip for voters who want to skip the long lines at Tuesday's polls.
Kander Deciding What To Do On Tobacco Tax After Court RulingA Kander spokeswoman said Friday that the office is still reviewing the effect of the court ruling and has no comment.
Early Poll Gives Insight on St. Louis Mayoral RaceMissouri Times Publisher Scott Faughn told KMOX's Mark Reardon candidates are starting to test the waters.
Army Veteran Spearheads Medical Pot EffortIt would tax medical marijuana sales at four percent, raising millions annually for the treatment of Missouri veterans.
Voter ID Requirement Advancing in Missouri SenateThe measures still need a final vote before going back to the House.
Voters to Decide on Finance Plan for MSD Project A plan to finance a $ 900 million infrastructure project that MSD is required to undertake is proposition Y on Tuesday's ballot.
STL Voters Deliberate to Keep, Phase Out Earnings TaxAbout thirty percent of registered voters in the city are expected to show up at the polls and vote.
Florissant Props R and A Would Charge Rental Property Owners MoreFlorissant's Mayor says a couple of propositions on tomorrow's municipal ballot will raise property values and beautify the city.
Aging St. Louis Ambulance Fleet Faces Uncertain FutureFunds from Proposition F on the April ballot would pay for seven new ambulances.
Voters May Be Asked to Approve a $25 Mill Bond IssueThe bond issue would pay for new firetrucks, ambulances and trash trucks in the city.
Ladue Schools Seek to Double Property Tax Levy for HS RenovationsThe Ladue school district wants to double its current property tax levy to make improvements to Ladue Horton Watkins High School.