Missouri Discrimination Law Change Means Federal Funding LossThe new state law doesn't provide the same protections from housing discrimination as federal law.
Emergency Meeting To Deal With Mice Problem At Clinton PeabodySeveral state lawmakers will attend Friday's session at 12th & Park Center.
Mizzou Opens Campus to Harvey VictimsWith some 800 students potentially impacted by Hurricane Harvey the University of Missouri - Columbia is offering their families refuge.
Local Real Estate Market Mirrors Weather: HOTRecord low inventory, but just slowly increasing prices.
Missouri Gov. Greitens Signs Discrimination BillThe legislation has been blasted by Democrats and groups such as the state NAACP.
Apartment Vacancies in St. Louis Remain LowMuch like the housing market in the St. Louis area, the supply in the apartment market remains very tight.
St. Louis County Housing Shortage Boosts Selling MarketIt's not quite back to pre-recession levels, but the home selling market in St. Louis is heating up.
Tougher Discrimination Bill Goes to Missouri Governor NextRepublican Gov. Eric Greitens will receive the legislation on his desk soon. He is likely to sign it.
Housing Supply Still Tight, Prices SteadyPrices increasing only slightly despite historically tight market.
Abortion Bill Gains Approval in Board of AldermenThe bill would prohibit discrimination based on a person's reproductive health decisions or pregnancy.
2016 Strong For Local Real EstateClosings and prices up. Time on market down.
Study Finds Young Americans Living Home Highest Since WWIIA study found that 40% of young Americans are living at home - the highest rate since World War II.