St. Louis, Kansas City Drivers Rank in National AverageA new study finds Kansas City and St. Louis residents are decidedly average when it comes to their driving abilities.
Late Summer Start Expected for Loop trolleyOperators are eyeing a late summer start of passenger service on the trolley line.
Loop Trolley Means New 'Rules of the Road' on DelmarOfficials are looking at ordinances that will allow police to tow cars that block the trolley's path, and ticket the owners, so the system doesn't bog down.
Drivers See Higher Premiums After Not-At-Fault CrashesMost drivers don't expect to be hit with a rate hike on their auto insurance after a car accident that wasn't their fault.
UPS to Hire 95,000 Seasonal Workers for Upcoming HolidaysThe calendar says it's not even fall yet, but delivery companies and retailers are making their hiring lists for the holiday season.
MoDOT Seeks Volunteers for St. Louis Roadway StudyThe study will take about two hours and everyone who participates will be paid $30.
Illinois Road Projects to Halt in Face of Budget ImpasseState lawmakers' inability to come together on a new budget is having a lasting impact across Illinois.
Report: Black Missouri Drivers Still Get Stopped More OftenFurthermore, police continue to arrest and search black and Hispanic drivers at rates ``significantly higher than white drivers, even though white drivers are more frequently found to have contraband,'' according to Koster's analysis.
Missouri House Passes Ride-Hail Regulations for Uber, LyftThe legislation now heads to the Senate, where a similar bill is awaiting debate.
Ride-Hail Company Regulations Advance in Missouri HouseThe Missouri House is advancing regulations for ride-hailing companies such as Uber and Lyft.
Missouri Senators Consider Government Role in Road SafetyOne bill reviewed in a hearing Wednesday would require everyone in a car to wear a seat belt, including adults in the backseat who are currently exempt from seat belt requirements.
Missouri Driver's License Valid ID for Federal CourthouseBut on Wednesday, the Marshal's Office said in a statement that it is not changing ``identification and security procedures in response to the Real ID Act'' for the federal courthouse in St. Louis.