Record Enrollment at SLU Despite LayoffsSt. Louis University has seen one of the largest first-year classes in the school's 200 year history despite layoffs.
Mayor Considering Airport Privatization to Boost BudgetMayor Lyda Krewson is considering a plan to put Lambert airport under private management.
House Proposal Calls for Fewer DUI CheckpointsFewer DUI checkpoints could be coming to Missouri roads.
Illinois Budget Crisis Could Attract Businesses to MissouriIllinois' budget problems could a be a business opportunity for Missouri.
Illinois Treasurer to Governor: No 'Junk' for Credit TrunkThe state's Democratic treasurer issued Illinois Gov. Bruce Rauner an unsolicited to-do list for staving off fiscal failure Monday.
Illinois Healthcare Providers Relieved at Budget AgreementAmong those breathing a sigh of relief that Illinois finally has a budget are healthcare providers.
A Look at Illinois' Historic Budget Impasse, Deal to End ItIllinois' historic budget impasse ended Thursday when lawmakers voted to override the GOP governor's veto and give the state its first spending plan in more than two years.
Ill. House Will Vote to Override Budget VetoThe Illinois House convenes this afternoon in an attempt to override Governor Bruce Rauner's veto of a proposed full-year budget and coinciding income tax increase.
Mo. Treasurer Discusses Ill. Budget CrisisThe budget mess in Illinois has caught the attention of Missouri's top fiscal officer.
UPDATE: Governor Vetoes Budget, Senate OverridesGov. Rauner still promises a veto.
Board of Aldermen Gives Final Passage For City BudgetAlderman Joe Vacarro says the city had to make do with about $17 million less than last year.
Missouri Governor Signs Budget, Cuts $250M in SpendingThis includes money for K-12 school buses, higher education and social services.