Kirkwood To Consider Substitute Bill For Magic House ExpansionOne council member said while not legally binding, a long-ago promise from Magic House leaders not to expand should be "ethically binding".
Stenger Pushes For County Port Authority to Acquire Jamestown Mall SiteHe has asked the St. Louis County Port Authority to use its powers under state law to acquire the remaining properties and have the site cleared.
Angry Outburst at 'White Members' During St. Louis Co. Council Meeting"You're not going to disrespect my daughter," says father of Council member Rochelle Walton-Gray.
Missouri K9 Friends Lobby Against 'Dangerous Dog Ordinance' in FlorissantThe 'dangerous dog ordinance' in Florissant prohibits pit bulls, Missouri K9 Friends president says they will be at every City Council meeting until the ban is repealed.
Rauner Creates Council He Says Will Cut Illinois BureaucracyIt also is tasked with reducing unneeded requirements to save time and money for businesses, social service providers and residents.
Black Jack Bans Use Of Phones, Hand-Held Devices Behind The WheelFines will range up to $500, based on the judge's discretion.
St. Louis County Council Sets Election Hearing For May 10Scheduling conflicts prevented hearing from happening sooner, according to council chair Mike O'Mara.
Zoo Officials Seek Tax Help From St. Charles CountyCounty leaders challenge zoo officials to consider charging for admission as new revenue source.
Council on Islamic Relations Blames Trump for IslamophobiaThe group is hoping St. Louis County Prosecutor Bob McCulloch will issue charges this week against that Affton man accused of threatening a Muslim family last week.
Webster Groves Joins Lawsuit Against County Police StandardsThe measure is already being challenged in a lawsuit brought by Olivette, Rock Hill and Breckenridge Hills.
County Council Raises Budget, But Not Taxes For 2016The County Council also approved $3 million in spending for the Loop Trolley project.
St. Louis Cities File the Promised Lawsuit for Police StandardsMartin says the Missouri constitution empowers municipalities to run their own departments, and there is no law permitting a county to exert authority over a town's operations.