Illinois Schools Receive $600 Million to Stay OpenSchools haven't received any money in at least 10 months, which is when this fiscal year started.
St. Louis Co. Police Handing Out $100 Bills Instead Of TicketsSecret Santa program funded by anonymous $3,000 donation.
Independence, Mo. Selected for Part of $42M Public Data ProgramThe Missouri town is one of eight cities selected by former New York Mayor, Michael Bloomberg to make better use of data.
County Council Raises Budget, But Not Taxes For 2016The County Council also approved $3 million in spending for the Loop Trolley project.
St. Louis Taxi Drivers Sue Uber, Citing Dip in BusinessThe damages sought in a class-action case would be less than $5 million.
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.
Illinois County Sues the State For Not Funding Emergency 911 SystemA St. Clair County Board Chairman says the state owes his county six million dollars and this may not be the only lawsuit.
AB InBev Bid to Buyout SABMiller Could Come TodayThe Sunday Times in London say InBev is offering upwards of $106 billion.
Prop 1 is a Lonely Measure on Tuesday's City BallotAn estimated 10 percent of voters are expected and Prop 1 needs a two-thirds majority vote to pass.
Man Accused of Using $476K in Employer's Funds for StrippersJohn David Berrett, 40, of Gilbert, Arizona, was indicted last week on five counts of wire fraud.
SLU Professor Receives $5 Million "Happiness" GrantThe grand will fund a collaborative effort to find more about humans happiness and well-being.
New Minimum Wage Proposal: Still $15 Per Hour, Longer WaitCity Alderman Shane Cohn has filed a substitute that would raise the city's minimum wage to $8.25 immediately, which would match Illinois.

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