Crestwood Residents Discuss Proposed Tax IncreaseProperty tax options included an increase of 25 cents, 50 cents or 75 cents.
Presidential Debate Shines Spotlight on St. LouisGood vibes for St. Louis continue to resonate after Washington University hosted the second presidential debate.
Residents Collect 2,000 Signatures, Try to Stop Apartment ConstructionJHB Properties is seeking to build 10 residential buildings, a community center and pool near Tesson Ferry and Bauer Roads.
South County Residents Speak Out Against Proposed Apartment ComplexJHB Properties is proposing a 232 unit apartment complex in that area.
Proposals in For New Maryland Heights DevelopmentOne of the proposals is from a Stan Kroenke co-owned company, they want to build offices, retail, a youth sports complex and more.
Elected St. Louis Public School Board Given Second ChanceThe school system will again be governed by an elected board, not state appointed, as it has been for the last nine years.
New Video Expected to Be Released in Stockley TrialThe local police union says it will announce what it calls "damning revelations" about the video.
Illinois Lawmakers Say Progress Made on Stopgap BudgetSenate Democrats and Republican leaders filed competing plans Tuesday aimed at keeping schools open this fall.
U. City Wants Voter Input on New Police Facility FundsThe issue is delayed for two weeks because not enough council members showed up.
High Expectations Set for Ferguson Civilian Review Board 'This is not some fluff position,' task force member Jeff Ahrens says.
EPA Skips Bridgeton Landfill Meeting After ThreatsOne comment told the EPA to "pack heat" but they have been deleted from the EPA's Facebook page.
St. Louis Population Trends Mean an Aging CityYou can learn more at the free event from East-West Council of Governments at 6:30 p.m. at the Central Library.