Ferguson's New Police Chief Swears In MondayDelrish Moss' 32 years of experience in police work, include time as a patrol officer and undercover investigator.
McCaskill: Pentagon Can't Close Military BasesShe says the Pentagon is just trying to get Congress' attention.
Budget Negotiators Scale Back Univ. of Missouri CutsLawmakers are scaling back reductions to the University of Missouri's budget.
Petition Effort To Force Audit Of Hazelwood SchoolsGrassroots group about halfway to required 5,000 signatures.
Residents Rail On Proposed Hazelwood School CutsDistrict is facing a nearly $13 million deficit due to declining property taxes.
Missouri House Votes Unanimously to New Tuition Cap for VetsA hearing date has not been set for the measure.
East St. Louis Cuts Police Force Amid 2016 Budget TroublesBudget troubles have forced East St. Louis to lay off eight police officers, reducing the southern Illinois city's force by about 15 percent.
Twitter Purging Up To 336 Workers As New CEO Slashes CostsThe company said Tuesday that it would pay between $10 million and $20 million, almost all in severance costs.
Monsanto Posts 4Q Loss, to Eliminate 2,600 Jobs to Cut CostsThe job cuts will reduce the company's 22,500-employee workforce of by about 12 percent over the next two years.
Could Fire Budget Cuts Be Solution For More STL Police?Slay's office hasn't denounced the idea of cutting money from the fire budget to hire more police.
Attorney: Jail Guards Were Slow to Admit Injuries to Inmate A man who said he was beaten in the Jackson County Jail alleges in a new court filing that corrections officials were slow to tell hospital staff how the man suffered broken ribs, three cracked vertebrae, a collapsed lung, cuts and bruises.
5 Toughest Questions for Matheny’s Playoff RosterSeptember call ups are a precursor for October cuts, these will the Cardinals toughest playoff roster decisions.