U.S. Mayors Come to Saint Louis for Inspiration and AdviceWhen it comes to regional governance, maybe Louisville has a lesson for St. Louis.
Media Again Criticizes Gov. Greitens for Lack of Accessibility"This is a governor who is inaccessible in ways that I haven't encountered in nearly a half-a-century," says Phill Brooks, KMOX.
It's Now Illegal To Have Sex With Animals In OhioAs of last week, it's now officially illegal to engage in sexual activities with an animal.
Con Artists Prey on Immigrants Fearing a Trump CrackdownA scam exploiting immigrants' heightened fears of deportation by posing as federal agents and demanding money, authorities say.
U.S. No Longer a 'Full Democracy' According to EIUThe Economist Intelligence Unit released its democracy index, and the United States are no longer a "full democracy."
Rauner Says 'Don't Give Up' on Day Senate Tests Budget Plan``It's heartening to see the Senate coming together on a bipartisan basis to acknowledge these changes are needed,'' Rauner said, then, going off script, ``Please don't give up. Please keep working. The people of Illinois need you to succeed.''
Greitens Focuses on Job Growth During State of the State``The people have sent us a message: We must do everything in our power to put people back to work in good, high-paying jobs,'' Greitens says.
Missouri's New Governor Temporarily Freezes New RegulationsAny proposed new regulations must now first get approval from his office. The order also calls for a review of current regulations.
Countdown to Trump: Rebuilding the Nation's 'Urban Core'Two local leaders working daily to improve the lives of inner-city residents in St. Louis are already compiling a wish list for improvements they hope to see under the Donald Trump administration.
New Bill Attacks Corrupt Government LeadersSt. Louis County prosecutor Bob McCulloch says it's time to get tougher on government officials who abuse the public's trust.
Missouri Family Court, DOJ Reach Deal Over Racial InequitiesThe agreement made public Wednesday requires the St. Louis County family court to double the number of defense attorneys available to represent indigent youth and to ensure defense lawyers are timely appointed and undergo training.
Illinois Woman Loses Out on $50K Lottery Ticket in Drug CasePolice found the lottery ticket while raiding a Decatur home where Lofton lived with her boyfriend, Terrance Norwood.

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