New Bill Would Give Police Review Board Subpoena PowerThe civilian oversight board that reviews allegations of wrongdoing against St. Louis Police would have subpoena power under a bill before the board of aldermen.
Illinois Board to Vote on Vote Fraud CooperationAn Illinois State Board of Elections spokesman says the board will decide next month whether to provide some information about voters to President Trump's voting commission.
Kinloch Fire Department on StrikeAssistant Fire Chief Tim Rhodus says 19 volunteer firefighters went on strike Saturday because they say they've been disregarded by board leadership.
Scottrade, Soccer Stadium Bills Squeeze Through Ways & MeansBoth amended plans were approved by just a single vote.
St. Louis County Council Approves Moving Offices To St. AnnBoard of Elections along with other offices should begin moving in early 2017.
St. Peters Board Rejects 370 Speedway ProposalResidents living near proposed site complained about potential for loud noise.
Special Board to Continue Oversight of St. Louis SchoolsThe Missouri Board of Education voted unanimously Tuesday to continue to have the Special Administrative Board control the St. Louis district, as it has since 2007.
Board of Aldermen Approves Stadium Funding PlanThe stadium funding plan was approved despite last minute warnings and several arrests.
Subcommittee On Police Use Of Force Holds First Hearing"Only in the protection of a human being is deadly force allowed."
Alton Schools, Teachers Reach Tentative Deal To Avoid StrikeUnion members will vote on pact next week before it goes before school board.
SLPS Qualifies for Full Accreditation for First Time Since 200012 schools now "credited with distinction," another 22 "fully accredited."
Peacock: Stadium Funding Bill Within Two WeeksDave Peacock tells KMOX's Michael Kelly the plan is to extend the same $6 million a year that's paying off the Edward Jones Dome bonds for 30 years to pay off the stadium.