Mehlville Not Allowing Teachers Out of ContractsThe Mehlville School Board will meet Thursday to begin discussing just what type of tax levy increase they'll put on the November ballot.
Elderly Oakville Woman Slain on Back PorchSt. Louis County Police say Betty Knight's husband was with her at the time and is not considered a suspect.
Suspicious Package in South County Contains JointSt. Louis County Police tell KMOX News that a woman spotted a man in a green SUV jump out of the vehicle with a metal canister, set it on a pole, then drive off.
Crash Kills 18-Year-Old In South CountyPolice identify victim as Kenny Khammanivong
9 Vehicles Involved in St. Louis Co. WreckThe wreck happened around 6:30 a.m. Friday. Few details were immediately available but at least two people were taken away by ambulance.
Housing Facility Proposal Prompts County ChangesOakville residents were outraged when St. Louis County planned to build low income senior apartments and did not properly notify neighbors. Now the county is changing the way it notifies residents of public meetings and hearings.
County Council Declines to Halt Oakville ProjectAfter an hour of testimony, County Councilman Steve Stenger didn't address the crowd as he received and filed the Planing Committee recommendation to allow the project to continue.
County Council to Consider Oakville Development TonightHalting the project could cost St. Louis County a lawsuit from the developer, National Church Residences, but residents opposed to the project have vowed their own lawsuit if it continues.
County Zoning Commission Moves Ahead With Oakville Housing PlanThe commission voted 6-1 not to change the zoning ordinance that allows for the building. Still, Oakville resident Mark Haefner says the citizens don't want it so it shouldn't be there.
Town & Country Residents Fight Senior Housing ProjectMichael Fox says he lives about 100 yards from the site near Mason and Clayton Roads, of which one acre will be used for a gas station and the other nine for the residential complex.
Oakville Residents Crowd P&Z Hearing on Housing Project"We're not going to stop," an attorney for the project vowed, "we're going to continue to build."
St. Louis County Will Reconsider Oakville HUD ProjectCouncilman Steve Stenger, who originally sponsored the project a year ago, is now leading the charge to send the plan back to the Planning and Zoning Commission.