Judge Mulls Suit's Bid to Block St. Louis Minimum Wage BoostA judge on Tuesday began weighing a business-backed lawsuit that seeks to stop St. Louis from incrementally raising its minimum wage, ultimately deciding whether it's legal for the city to have a wage higher than what the state commands.
Prop 1 Calls for $180 Million in City UpgradesThe city budget director says the money would be used on everything from emergency vehicles to old buildings.
Gov. Nixon Supports St. Louis' Effort to Raise Minimum WageA minimum wage increase was approved in Kansas City and now Nixon supports one here as well.
Alderman Warns of Overspending on Defense-Mapping DealFrench says with the city and state planning to spend a total of $130 million on the deal, it would take 100 years for the city to recoup that through the earnings tax.
Mo. State Rep. Wants Confederate Flag BannedA Missouri State Representative is wading into the confederate flag debate.
Stream and Stenger Go Head-to-Head in DebateThe candidates for St. Louis County Executive - Republican Rick Stream and Democrat Steve Stenger - duked it out in a live debate on KWMU radio this afternoon.
St. Louis County Executive Republican Candidates Face Off Tony Pousosa, an alderman from Green Park, said his years of service in the county make him the best choice, while state lawmaker Rick Stream said his experience as Budget Committe chair will keep the county on the right financial track.
Race for County Executive: Will We See a Debate?The clock is ticking down to the St. Louis County Executive primary in August, and still no debates have been scheduled.
Dooley Says He Won't Debate StengerSt. Louis County Executive Charlie Dooley says he won't debate challenger Steve Stenger, unless Stenger releases more income tax returns.
Republican Candidates For Lt. Governor Address LawsuitsRecently Republican candidates for lieutenant governor, had to address lawsuits against themselves and their opponents.
GOP Governor Candidates to Debate in SpringfieldThe four Republican candidates are set for another debate in March.
Gun Raffles Stoke Debate After Newtown Conn. ShootingFrom car dealerships to political parties to hockey teams to yes, even police chiefs, gun giveaways are an attractive way to make money or draw in customers.