City Struggles With Trash Pick-Up, Garbage Truck ShortageSometimes it's just the little things that make people happy -- like picking up the trash.
UPDATE: Judge Halts Disassembly of Confederate MonumentThe news comes shortly after more action was seen in Forest Park around the memorial Monday afternoon.
Bi-State Board OKs MetroLink Policing PlanThe memorandum calls for the transit arm of Bi-State, Metro, and the city and counties to form a task force that will patrol the entire system.
Rice: 'There Could Be More Homeless On The Streets'Reverend Larry Rice is warning there could be more homeless on the streets.
St. Louis Named 'Best Baseball Town in North America'Now, we can refer to St. Louis as the Best Baseball Town in the U.S. -- if you haven't been already -- thanks to our Cardinals loyalty.
Judge Allows St. Louis Minimum Wage Hike, Will Start FridayThe increase is expected to give an immediate raise to roughly 35,000 workers.
St. Louis' City Minimum Wage May Rise as Early as Next WeekMayor Lyda Krewson calls the increase "good for our city's economy'' and "a win for our city's working families.''
Mayor Slay Leaves City Hall After 16 YearsAfter 16 years, it might be hard to stop calling him Mayor Slay.
St. Louis Attorney Says NFL Lawsuit 'Has Legs'Gonzalo Fernandez, of Devereaux, Stokes, Fernandez & Leonard, P.C., in St. Louis, says the plaintiffs laid out a convincing timeline demonstrating a lack of good-faith bargaining.
St. Louis Invests in LED Street LightsTo improve nighttime visibility and safety, the St. Louis Street Department is installing new LED street lights along major corridors throughout the city.
St. Louis Sues the Rams and NFL Over RelocationThe suit alleges the Rams failed to meet league relocation rules when leaving for Los Angeles before last season, constituting a contractual breach with St. Louis.
UPDATE: Suit Over Homeless Shelter in Former Weed Control Building WithdrawnBuilding will close by June 5.