Jennings to Seek Bids For Police ContractSt. Louis County police took over in Jennings in 2011 and crime has been reduced 30 percent since then.
University of Missouri Cancels Planned Parenthood ContractsThe University of Missouri and Planned Parenthood have ended their 26-year relationship after state lawmakers started investigating abortions performed at the organization's clinics.
East STL Teachers Ready to Strike If NecessaryA spokesperson for the teachers says a passed vote gave the union power to call for a strike if they feel necessary.
Local Steelworkers to Rally for 'Fair' Contract"We're just not engaged in meaningful negotiation," Dowling says. "And the clock is ticking."
U City Residents Outspoken Against Gateway Ambulance Contract"I have a hard time believing I am going to get the same level of service if I'm in that situation that I need to call for emergency services."
Cards and FOX Sports Midwest Close Deal Through 2032The new 15-year agreement begins in 2018 after the current contract comes to an end.
Mitsubishi Won't Confirm Reports of Illinois Plant SaleThe 918 union workers at the plant could be out of a job when their contract expires in August.
Blues Sign Forward Jori Lehtera to Three-Year Contract ExtensionSt. Louis Blues President of Hockey Operations and General Manager Doug Armstrong announced today the club has signed forward Jori Lehtera to a three-year contract extension that will begin with the 2016-17 season.
UPDATED: Rams Shorten Contract with Sponsor PerficientThe St. Louis Business Journal reports the St. Louis Rams are shortening its sponsorship contract with at least one local advertiser.
Saint Louis University Buys Back Its HospitalSaint Louis University has agreed to buy back the hospital on its campus and become a part of SSM Health.
Blues and Ken Hitchcock Agree on One-Year ContractIn conjunction with the announcement, the Blues will hold a press conference featuring Hitchcock and Armstrong at 2:30 p.m. today at Scottrade Center.
It's More Than Money in Teacher-School Board NegotiationsIt appears the board will offer a 2.5 percent raise in the next school year, and another 1 percent the year after that.