Mo. House Supports Repeal of Prevailing WageThe Missouri House has endorsed a bill to repeal the state's "prevailing wage'' requirements for public construction projects.
Construction Industry Hopes for Infrastructure Plan from White HouseThe construction industry in St. Louis and around the nation is waiting and hoping for the Trump administration and Congress to come up with an infrastructure plan that will put the country on par with other industrialized nations like China.
MoDOT Closes I-44 Shrewsbury Ramp Crews will be closing the ramp from Shrewsbury to eastbound 44 starting Monday.
Neighbors Unhappy with Frontenac Town Home PlansThe idea of building a new town home complex at the site of an abandoned quarry in Frontenac is not sitting well with neighbors.
PHOTOS: CityArchRiver Continues Progress at Arch Grounds, Kiener PlazaVisitors can expect several changes including new, brighter LED lighting, more green space for activities and easier access to both parks.
MoDOT Plans Busy Construction SeasonMajor work near Poplar Street Bridge, rehabilitating other bridges highlight planned highway maintenance.
Missouri Lawmakers Push Public Construction RestrictionsMissouri lawmakers are moving forward with proposals to end union-only contracts in public construction.
Ballpark Village Phase II Developer Asks County Residents' DesiresThe Des Peres resident says he was asked about what his needs in an apartment would be, to make a permanent move into downtown St. Louis.
City Museum Makes Renovations Over Winter BreakThey are hoping to have everything ready to go by Spring - when the City Museum re-opens.
IDOT Releases First Footage of Newly Purchased DronesThe department's brand new drones took flight above Effingham, and Morton, Illinois.
Evolution of Busch Stadium to Winter Classic, From View of Rodger BrandEvery morning your KMOX traffic guide was flying above the stadium and snapping some pretty awesome photos of the construction of the ice rink.
Busch Stadium Makes Progress for Winter ClassicThe Winter Classic is in two weeks and while everything is coming together - there's still plenty to be done.