Minority contractor

Protest at Sewer District Offices Pays Off

Thursday night, the M.S.D. board members voted to raise the minority goal from 14.7 to 25 percent.


(KMOX/Brett Blume)

Section Of 18th Street Near Union Station Collapses

Race to make repairs before bad weather arrives.



Last Meeting On MSD Rate Hike Next Week

“This isn’t a city issue or a county issue, its a community issue,” explains MSD spokesman Lance LeComb


13 chamberlee lane

Raw Sewage Spills into Smith Creek

An eight inch sewer main broke near 13 Chamblee Lane in Creve Coeur and leaked approximately 215,000 gallons of sewage into Smith Creek.


KMOX/Michael Calhoun

Ratepayers Protest Prospect of Massive Sewer Bill Increases

Why does it cost more to flush the toilet than fill the bathtub? was the question posed to sewer district officials.


TIAM Weekend

TIAM Weekend: MSD Tax & International Market

Will your sewer bill cost more? Are international markets reacting well this weekend? Brian and Maria address these issues on Sunday morning.


basement flood

Flood Victims Demand Accountability From MSD

South city residents wonder why others got apologies from sewer district, and they didn’t.


Major Flooding Soaks The Midwest

MSD Can’t Buy Out Residents with Water Damage

Some South St. Louis residents are looking for a buy-out after a storm caused water damage.


Sewer overflow blew out the basement windows of this Northside home, during last weekend's heavy rain. PHOTO: KMOX/Kevin Killeen

MSD May Buy Out Flood Prone Homes in South St. Louis

Grand and Bates area is flood prone and may have to be bought out.


Alderman Fred Wessels (KMOX/file photo)

More Questions about Possible MSD Equipment Failures

More than a thousand basements flooded. Is it all Mother Nature’s fault?




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