Kingshighway, Forest Park Projects on Track for August CompletionA couple of major road projects in St. Louis are nearing completion.
VIDEO: The Teardown to Upgrade Scottrade Center BeginsWatch the first steps of a 3-year, $155 renovation process begin at Scottrade Center, Monday morning.
Major Residential Construction Expected to Start DowntownA developer is expected to close on the financing needed for a major residential project in downtown St. Louis today and construction is imminent.
Petition Moves to Remove Councilman TrakasSt. Louis County Council member Ernie Trakas finds himself under fire from some constituents who want him out.
Lane Closures on Clark BridgeThe Illinois Department of Transportation today announced that the Clark bridge-US 67 over the Mississippi River in Alton will be restricted to one lane in each direction
Arch Visitors Center Could be Finished by 2018The new entrance to the Arch visitors center could be open by the end of the year.
Job Seekers Flock to NGA Site in North CitySt. Louis' near north side was a popular destination for job seekers Monday.
Aquarium at Union Station Expected to be Finished Summer '19The St. Louis Aquarium at Union Station will be part of a $100 million family entertainment complex that includes a 200-foot-high observation wheel.
Part of I-64 Downtown May Undergo Face Liftne of the oldest original sections of the I-64 corridor downtown is in line for a face-lift.
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.