Horse Carriage Ban Passes Board of AldermenHorse carriage companies are hoping for a compromise
City of St. Louis to Have First Audit in 10 YearsThe process is expected to take three years and cost between $1.25 and 2 million, which the city can pay for over those three years.
Alderwoman Proposes Eliminating Residency RuleSt. Louis city voters would get to decide whether to do away with the residency rule, that says you have to live in the city to work for the city
Non-Profits Face Possible Payroll TaxAlderman sees an untapped revenue source; non-profits say they should be exempt from payroll tax.
Aldermen May Snuff Out Plan to Legalize PotSeveral aldermen, for varied reasons, are against the idea.
St. Louis to Transition to 100 Percent Renewable EnergySt. Louis is corporate headquarters for two of the nation's largest coal companies, Peabody Energy and Arch Coal.
Alderman President Optimistic for Amazon ProposalSt. Louis Board of Aldermen President Lewis Reed likes the region's chances of landing Amazon's second headquarters.
Clean Energy Bill on the Agenda for Board of AldermenThe Board of Aldermen will be discussing a resolution today that could make St. Louis commit to clean energy.
Chief O'Toole Gets Mixed Opinions from AldermenThe interim police chief in St. Louis appears to have most aldermen still in his corner, despite loud calls for his firing from Stockley protesters.
New Police Investigation Policies Presented to AldermenPolice shootings in St. Louis would be investigated by a special team controlled by the city prosecutor -- not police -- under a plan before the St. Louis Board of Aldermen.
Police Overtime Tab More than $2.5 Million in Stockley ProtestsAldermen worry city services might be on the chopping block to pay for city police overtime.
Alderman Proposes Resolution Honoring PoliceA resolution honoring St. Louis police for their work in the wake of the Stockley verdict comes before the board of aldermen this Friday.