Nixon says the trips ultimately are good for the state, “whether it’s in the trade agreements that we’ve done or the relations that we build or just also thanking organizations which have invested significant money” in Missouri.
Aleigha Woods filed the lawsuit last week in U.S. District Court in Peoria. She’s seeking class-action status to cover about 100 other dancers at Club Cabaret in Creve Coeur.
Several Webster University students studying abroad in London unexpectedly lost their federal financial aid this past school year due to the school’s violation of the Department of Education regulations.
It won’t be on you – it will be on people who make more than $1 million a year, says U.S. Rep. Jan Schakowsky (D-Evanston).
The federal prosecutor in St. Louis comes to the rescue of state prosecutors frustrated with Missouri’s gun laws.
Cahokia Mounds “as significant as the Pyramids of Egypt”, deserves national status.
The goal, says U.S. Attorney for Southern Illinois Steve Wigginton, is to send a message to the street.
The $100 million federal TechHire initiative hopes to train more people for jobs in the technology field. TechHire is modeled in part on LaunchCode, a program that began in St. Louis.
Sources tell KMOX News that the investigation is looking at whether armed officers in street clothes worked as security details for drug dealers.
Supporters of the Loop Trolley announce plans for a ground-breaking, just as opponents announce they have a date in federal court they hope will stop the project.