East STL High School Students Join Call For Illinois School Funding ReformSB 231 could come up for a vote in the Illinois Senate before this week is out.
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.
Changes in Illinois Policing Standards Take Effect Jan. 1Some of the changes touch on issues brought up after the killing of Laquan McDonald by a Chicago police officer.
Saint Louis University Reveals New LogoIt's the first time in 20 years the logos have been changed.
Casey's in Godfrey Robbed at GunpointOne clerk was forced to the ground, and the other was forced to hand over the money, which included a large amount of rolled change.
Thousands of Dollars Left Behind by Airplane TravelersA penny here, a quarter there - it all adds up - especially when it's left behind in TSA plastic bins at Lambert.
Former Chief Fitch Sees Lose-Lose Scenario for Ferguson with DOJ Action"It will either bankrupt them by having to fight it, or it will bankrupt them by having to comply with it," says former St. Louis County Police Chief Tim Fitch.
Opinion: 8.2 Percent Unemployment Rate Won’t Reelect ObamaOf all the signs leading to a defeat for President Barack Obama in the presidential election of 2012, the most glaring sign is the 8.2% unemployment rate.
We're Changing Our Clocks This Weekend -- But Why?Is it really a secret scheme to boost retail sales?
Vernell Loggins Goes To Trial In Girlfriend's MurderAccused of dismembering victim's remains in late 2009.
Man Given 25 Year Prison Term In Child's MurderOut-state case was heard in Clayton on change of venue.
Change May Be Coming For Soulard Market The city of St. Louis has run the popular farmers market for the last 232 years.