TransCanada to Replace Some Sections of Keystone PipelineThe 30-inch pipeline first went into operation in June 2010.
U.City Officials Say 'Yes' to New Police HeadquartersThe current headquarters was recently condemned due to the presence of mold and asbestos.
Loop Trolley to Start Construction, Expect DetoursThe loop trolley construction takes a big step forward on Saturday.
Illinois Unemployment Rate Rises to 5.9 PercentThe state lost a net of 16,300 jobs last December.
Work Underway on Kroenke's Inglewood Stadium SiteA pipe protruding from the dirt marks where a stadium's 50-yard line would be.
Arch Tram Ride to CloseThe Jefferson National Expansion Memorial says Arch rides and some features of the visitors center will reopen in March or later in the spring.
Asbestos Discovery Halts Arch Museum ConstructionThe Arch areas open to the public are safe for visitors.
Archaeologist Worried Remains of Ancient Civilizations Could be Lost Under StadiumJoe Harl is calling for an archaeological dig to be allowed before the first bulldozer moves dirt on the site of the proposed St. Louis NFL stadium.
Report: Bills Offer Look at St. Louis' Stake in New StadiumSt. Louis city will pay $6 million a year toward a new riverfront football stadium and rebate an undetermined portion of game-day taxes to the team.
Business Is Down 30% At Cut-Off Laclede's LandingNow comes word that construction work will stretch out to four years.
Video: Inside the Remodel of Downtown Arcade BuildingKMOX was given access to check out the renovations to what will be Webster University office space and luxury apartments.
Industry Leaders Expect Construction Boom in St. LouisThey say even without an NFL stadium or a defense mapping headquarters the city will be in demand of construction employees.