Police Overtime Grows, St. Louis Hopes the State Will Step InThe cost of police overtime to respond to Stockley verdict protesters continues to mount in St. Louis city and county.
Missouri Discrimination Law Change Means Federal Funding LossThe new state law doesn't provide the same protections from housing discrimination as federal law.
The Amount Americans Spend on Halloween is ScaryForget the horror flicks, it's wallets that are getting slashed this Halloween.
Union Station Updates Slowed by Aquarium IdeasThe big fix up of Union Station is moving along, although a few months behind schedule.
Krewson Not Taking Sides in Scottrade Funding Battle Lyda Krewson is declining to say whether she thinks the city's credit rating could be hurt by the plan to modernize the Scottrade Center.
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.
Belleville Feeling Illinois' Financial StressIt's not just school districts feeling the pinch in Illinois, where state finances are a mess.
Ill. Treasurer Urges Governor to RefinanceFrerichs estimates the state could save $2 million a day on interest payments
Clayton Reveals Prop P Spending PlanClayton city manager Craig Owens says their $800 thousand a year share of prop p will go to public safety.
Quarterly Earnings Beating Analysts ExpectationsCompanies are out-performing their projections, but they may be selling themselves short
Couple Robbed in South St. Louis Over WeekendThe suspects fled with a purse, cellphone, gun and money.
Interest Rates Expected to RiseAs the third quarter of 2017 gets underway, brace yourself for another bump in the prime interest rate.

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