Taxis Reduce Driver Fees, Insurance to Compete with AppsCab companies won't have to carry as much insurance, or get their vehicles inspected as often, under new rules that are supposed to help them better compete with services like Uber and Lyft.
Credit Card Policies Are More Flexible Than People ThinkA study finds that 80 percent of cardholders who asked to waive an annual fee or have it reduced were successful.
Auditor: Pine Lawn Pocketed Money From Traffic Fines Last YearWhen you drive through Pine Lawn on I-70 you usually see a police car taking radar or pulling someone over.
Sheriff Waives Concealed carry Fees After Orlando ShootingBates County Sheriff Chad Anderson announced the move Monday on the department's official Facebook page.
MetroLink Might Be Your Best Way to Opening DayPatti Beck with Metro says the key word is convenience with 21 park-ride lots across Missouri and Illinois.
Missouri Senate Backs Fees for Missed Medicaid AppointmentSenators endorsed the bill Wednesday after adding a section designed to make it easier for health care providers to advertise their cost estimates.
Businessman Challenges Proposal for Tobacco Tax AmendmentThe suit was filed on behalf of Jim Boeving, owner of Discount Smokes & Beer in Springfield, who wants to prevent the measure from being placed on this year's ballot.
Missouri Bill Could Redefine a 'Service Dog' for PTSD VictimsThe word "psychiatric" could be added to protect people who don't have as visible of disabilities.
Audit Faults Municipal Court Fees in St. Ann, ForistellThe audit of St. Ann in St. Louis County identified $38,000 in questionable revenue from police use of a $25 fee to process cash bond payments and a $10 fee to process credit card bond payments.
St. Louis Court to Accept Payments OnlineThe city announced the change on Monday. It means that those facing fees and fines no longer need to show up in court to make partial payments, eliminating the need to miss work or find childcare.
800-Year-Old Magna Carta Basis of Missouri LawsuitHistory lives on - 800 years ago today, King John of England signed Magna Carta, putting the law above the king, and also promising something else that is the subject of an ongoing lawsuit in Missouri.
Verizon Wireless, Sprint Settle Allegations of Bogus ChargesIllinois consumers who believe third-party vendors charged their cellphone bills phony fees can submit restitution claims after a $158 million settlement with Verizon Wireless and Sprint.