Prop P Passes in St. Louis CityFor most of the day, Republican Director of Elections Gary Stoff says the turnout for Proposition P has been "lackluster."
Light Turnout Expected for St. Louis City-Wide Prop P ElectionOnly about 15 to 20 percent of registered voters are expected to turn out.
Aldermen May Snuff Out Plan to Legalize PotSeveral aldermen, for varied reasons, are against the idea.
Krewson Appoints New Public Safety DirectorThe city's current director or public safety, Charlene Deeken, will continue to oversee the department until Circuit Judge Jimmie Edwards is sworn in.
U.S. Attorney Wades Into Possible Probe of Police Tactics with ProtestersU.S. Attorney makes no promise of a full-scale investigation -- yet.
Police Overtime Tab More than $2.5 Million in Stockley ProtestsAldermen worry city services might be on the chopping block to pay for city police overtime.
St. Charles Co. Exec: City Crime Problems Hurting County JobsSt. Charles County Executive Steve Ehlmann says crime in the city is bad for business.
Scottrade Funding Issues Cited in City Credit RatingThe report from S&P Global mentions Scottrade Center in the context of the city's "moderately high" debt obligations.
Comptroller Stands Ground Against Blues Ownership Group LawsuitSt. Louis Comptroller Darlene Green says her job is to protect the city's credit rating.
KCP Demands That City Comptroller Approves Scottrade Center Funds"Our ability to keep and pursue major events that are critical to jobs and our economy is severely at risk."
List of STL Businesses Sticking With City's Higher Minimum Wage GrowsThe number of St. Louis businesses vowing to continue paying the city's higher minimum wage has topped 100, and some along Cherokee Street spoke out Monday, hoping to get others to join them.
Missouri Could Owe St. Louis Millions for Housing PrisonersThe state of Missouri is accused of shortchanging the city of St. Louis to the tune of millions of dollars.