Scottrade, Soccer Stadium Bills Squeeze Through Ways & MeansBoth amended plans were approved by just a single vote.
Campaign Donations Buy Time with Missouri GOP SenatorsA campaign committee for Missouri's Republican senators is promising breakfast or dinner with top lawmakers in exchange for donations.
Illinois Consider New Rules on Shackling Juveniles in CourtAdvocates for new rules that would make the shackling of juveniles in Illinois courtrooms less common say current practices can be degrading and counterproductive.
University Won't Adopt Speech Policies Until at Least FallA committee issued a draft in late May of policies designed to regulate public spaces on campus while also respecting free-speech rights.
St. Louis County Council Sets Election Hearing For May 10Scheduling conflicts prevented hearing from happening sooner, according to council chair Mike O'Mara.
St. Louis County To Launch Probe Into Election FiascoCommittee of the Whole meeting to be held "at the soonest possible time."
Missouri Legislation Would Close Police Reports of SuicidesSt. Louis Democrat Rep. Genise Montecillo's bill received approval Wednesday from a House committee.
NAACP Announces Executive Appointments for CommitteeThe eighteen members were announced on Monday by state President Nimrod "Rod" Chapel Jr., who will head up the committee.
2016 Cardinals Hall of Fame Nominees AnnouncedThe St. Louis Cardinals Hall of Fame was established as a way to recognize the exceptional careers and significant achievements of the greatest players in Cardinals history.
Missouri Considers Stadium Restrictions as NFL Owners Meet A Missouri senator says he wants to require voter or legislative approval for bonding for a new St. Louis football stadium, regardless of whether the Rams leave.
FBI: St. Louis a Top Human Trafficking City in the U.S.Areas along Interstate 70 and 44 that have a high level of transportation see a larger prevalence of trafficking.
Proposal for STLNFL Public Vote Dies in CommitteeThe bill to have a public vote on the stadium died in committee by a 5-3 vote, but not before sponsor Alderwoman Megan Green butted heads with Alderman Joe Vollmer.