COLUMN: Introduced Bills Aren't Always to Change LawSometimes a bill is introduced to be a "rain maker" to generate a rain of campaign contributions or support from special interests.
Billionaire Activist Gives $1 Million to End St. Louis' Earnings TaxThe tax raises about $189 million annually, or a third of the city's budget.
Republican Paul Berry Launches Congressional BidLooks to unseat incumbent Lacy Clay in Missouri 1st District.
One Year Since Tom Schweich SuicideRepublican gubernatorial candidate Hanaway denies role in nasty ad that targeted Schweich.
Blunt to Launch Re-Election Campaign in Suburban St. LouisBlunt is seeking his second term in the Senate. He served in Congress representing southwest Missouri from 1997 to 2011.
Clinton Opens St. Louis Campaign OfficeMcCaskill speaks up for Hillary: "This campaign is about who can deliver"
Councilman Who Started 'I Love Ferguson' Campaign DiesCity officials confirmed Brian Fletcher's death Sunday. City spokesman Jeff Small said Monday that he didn't know the cause of death.
Online Commercial Released to Legalize Pot in MissouriThe goal is to get a medicinal marijuana measure on the November 2016 ballot.
Sen. Dixon Ends Campaign for Mo. GovernorDixon will not be endorsing a candidate.
Donald Trump Brings His Campaign for President to IllinoisTrump is scheduled to speak Monday night at the Prairie Capital Convention Center. Free tickets are required to get in.
University of Missouri Says Hanaway Can't Use Tiger LogoUniversity spokeswoman Mary Jo Banken says the university doesn't approve of political candidates using the logo and will ask Hanaway to stop using the logo.
UMSL Professor Concerned About Changes to 2016 Presidential DebatesDave Robertson says changes could open up the debates to independent millionaires who want equal time.

More From CBS St. Louis

Listen Now
Introducing Your New Podcast Network
Find St. Louis' Top Spots

Listen Live