Elizabeth Snyder Willing to Protest Chesterfield Prop P AllocationElizabeth Snyder, the widow of fallen St. Louis County police officer Blake Snyder, says she'll protest if she has to to keep Chesterfield from spending money promised to public safety on potholes instead.
Aldermen Wants Parking Division to Provide More FundsAlderman Jeffrey Boyd says the city budget needs all the help it can get, and the parking division is keeping too much money for itself.
Cities Determine How to Use Prop P FundsAcross St. Louis county, cities are starting to find out how much a year they'll get from Prop P
Gov. Greitens Allows Religious Groups to Receive State GrantsGov. Eric Greitens is reversing a state policy preventing religious organizations and schools from receiving grant money
Funds Denied for State Capitol Security Budget planners don't want to pay more for new security measures at Misouri's state Capitol.
Missouri Auditor Says State Struggles With Handling of Federal MoneyAuditor Nicole Galloway says nearly $1 million was given out to residents, without proper documentation.
President Trump's Budget Could Prevent Metrolink ExpansionAfter the health care failure, some are hoping President Trump gets back to doing what he does best - building things.
Greitens Remains Opposed to Funding St. Louis Soccer StadiumSenior adviser Austin Chambers said Greitens met Wednesday in Jefferson City with members of the group SC STL.
Blues' $138 Million Scottrade Center Renovation Plan to be Introduced to AldermenAldermanic President Lewis Reed plans to introduce the bill as early as Tuesday & says it would not require a vote of the people.
New Measure Seeks to Put Cap on Campaign ContributionsIs it time to put limits on how much one can donate to a politician in Missouri?
Illinois Wants Waiver to Improve Mental Health ServicesIt would give the state access to $2.7 billion in Medicaid funds to restructure how the program handles mentally ill patients.
Illinois Suspends $30B in Wells Fargo Activity; Bank 'Sorry'``Wells Fargo is a big financial player in Illinois, and I hope to send the message that their unscrupulous practices are not welcome and will not be tolerated,'' the Democrat said at a news conference in Chicago.