Champaign Police Revive 11-Year-Old Stun Gun RequestPolice Chief Anthony Cobb says that improved technology has made the weapons safe.
Senator Durbin: East STL Took a Step in the Wrong DirectionDurbin says East St. Louis residents need to tell their city council they're not happy and want real change.
Des Peres Residents Speak Out Against New Bike Lanes, TrailsSome residents said it would compromise their quiet neighborhoods and personal privacy.
No Friday Night Lights in Town & CountryThe Town & Country Board of Aldermen voted unanimously to strike down Friday night football at Westminster.
Kansas City Leaders Approve Minimum Wage BoostKansas City's minimum wage would rise to $13 an hour over about four and a half years under a newly approved ordinance.
More Details on Redevelopment Expected at Crestwood Mall Open HouseUrbanStreet Group is putting together a mixed-use plan, with retail, restaurants, a movie theater, apartment buildings and parks.
Alton City Council Votes on Tattoo Parlor RelocationAlton major wants the vote to pass so the city can support its small businesses.
More Than Half of Signatures Tossed for Ferguson Mayor RecallMost of those bad signatures were from either non-registered voters or voters who don't live in Ferguson.
PHOTOS: Belleville City Council Approves TIF for DevelopmentThe development project located near the National Shrine of Our Lady of the Snows will include nine restaurants and is expected to cost up to $60 million.
Chesterfield Offers to Remove "Hazardous" Sweet Gum TreesThe city of Chesterfield is working to clear sidewalks and streets of the hazardous sweet gum tree balls.
History at Ferguson Council Meeting TonightWhen attorney Wesley Bell and retired entrepreneur Ella Jones take their oaths, they will increase the number of African-Americans on the Ferguson City Council to three.
Historic Vote Puts Three African Americans on Ferguson City CouncilNearly 29 percent of the city's registered voters cast ballots in the April 7 election - more than three times the previous elections' averages.