Madison County Treasurer Provides Extra Money for SchoolsThe Madison County treasurer is making extra money available to schools worried about getting their general state aid payments.
Illinois Senate Overides Education VetoThe Illinois Senate has voted to override Governor Rauner's amendatory veto of the education reform bill.
Illinois Schools Have Options for Funding MoneyToday's the day Illinois school districts are supposed to start getting their general state aid payments.
Loop Trolley Funds Won't Come from the CountyAt least one St. Louis County councilman is saying no more money for the Loop Trolley Project.
Pi Pizzeria Owner Calls Trolley Construction 'Devastating' to BusinessSommers worries about what business owners are not being told.
Local Senator Hopes to Override Senate Bill One VetoSenator Bill Haine is prepared to go to Springfield next weekend, in hopes of over-riding Governor Bruce Rauner's veto of Senate Bill One.
Gov. Rauner Pushes to Amend School Funding BillIllinois governor Bruce Rauner is asking, "Where's the school-funding bill?"
City Proposes Extra $400K For Crime Victims, PreventionThe bill is expected to gain final passage on Friday.
Budget Stalemate Effecting Towns in IllinoisEast St. Louis Mayor Emeka Jackson Hicks says already they've seen cutbacks in state-funded programs for the mentally ill, among others.
Maryland Heights Goes "All In" on IceplexThe city of Maryland Heights goes "all in" when it comes to funding their portion of a proposed indoor ice complex.
Lawmakers Wonder if Greitens Will Call for Second Special SessionGov. Greitens told the Associated Press after the first special session ended that he might consider a second special session to take up unfinished business.
FBI Concerned for St. Louis City PoliceThe funding shortfall on the St. Louis Police Department and the shortage of officers is a cause of concern for the local head of the FBI.