Illinois Not Done Fighting For Regional NGA HeadquartersA final decision is expected in early June, with project construction set to begin next year and be completed by 2021.
FEMA Encouraging Flood Victims to Register for Disaster AssitanceFederal and state grants and loans available.
Charges Dropped Against Six Ferguson ProtestersThe case was expected to include allegations of police brutality, claims of missing evidence and discussions about the shortcomings of body cameras.
Federal Trial over Ferguson-Florissant School Board Election UnderwayThe trial is expected to last the rest of the week.
Federal Lawsuit Begins Against Ferguson-Florissant School DistrictThe ACLU believes the district is violating the Federal Voting Rights Act in electing his board members.
Dept. of Homeland Security to Give Extension on Real IDThe federal Real ID was enacted in 2005 to implement stricter standards for state issued IDs.
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.
Feds Won't Accept Missouri Driver's LicensesA letter from the U.S. Department of Homeland Security to Missouri, obtained on Wednesday by The Associated Press, informs the state that its exemption from federal Real ID requirements will come to an end Jan. 10.
Convicted Killer Clay Waller Moved to Prison in MissouriMissouri Department of Corrections spokesman David Owen said Tuesday that Clay Waller is now at the state prison in Fulton.
Man Charged in Downtown Robbery, ShootingThe robberies and the assault occurred near the Old Cathedral in the northbound lanes of Memorial Drive, which is a part of the Jefferson National Expansion Memorial.
Federal Mediator Needed in Alton Teacher's Labor DisputeAlton teacher's union made a counter offer that the board representatives will present at a special school board meeting Friday morning.
Judge Dismisses Homeless Shelter's Lawsuit Against St. LouisA U.S. District Judge said the lawsuit was premature because the city gave New Life Evangelistic Center the option of applying for a new license or reducing its occupancy.