Rauner: Expanding Abortion Coverage Too ControversialRauner supports existing law, which provides coverage in cases of rape, incest and for health and life of the mother.
Magic House Expansion Request Gets Unanimous Thumbs UpControversial plan to add more parking was vehemently opposed by many neighbors.
Magic House Expansion Back on the TableThe matter was tabled last month when it was determined that those who live near the museum didn't receive proper notification about a public hearing on the matter.
Lyda Krewson Discusses Important Issues in First 24 HoursWith just one day as Mayor-elect of St. Louis under her belt, Lyda Krewson is already facing tough questions about the city's future direction.
Prop 1 Unpopular with Some Business OwnersSt. Louis City voters approved Prop 1 sales tax to start funding the city's portion of a north-south Metrolink line, but some business owners aren't happy.
'AT&T Fiber' Expands Gigabit Internet ServicesBigger, faster internet is coming to more corners of the St. Louis region.
Missouri House Passes Charter Expansion BillA proposal that would allow charters to operate in more heavily-populated districts such as Springfield and Columbia.
New House Bill Would Allow Charter School ExpansionThe proposal would allow charter schools, which can currently only operate in urban districts, to expand to other heavily-populated areas such as Columbia and Springfield.
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".
MLS Gets 12 Expansion ApplicationsSt. Louis & San Diego, both losers of NFL teams, among the mix
Missouri Planned Parenthood Seeks to Expand Abortion AccessPlanned Parenthood officials in Missouri want a federal judge to block abortion regulations so four additional clinics can offer the procedure.
Last-Minute Exelon Subsidy Plan Goes to Illinois House FloorThe Energy Committee voted 9-1 late Wednesday evening to advance the legislation that funnels $235 million a year to power-producing giant Exelon Corp. for 13 years.