Strong Opinions Divide Aldermen in Special SessionGovernor Greitens' special session to discuss an abortion discrimination bill has representatives divided.
Lawmakers Wonder if Greitens Will Call for Second Special SessionGov. Greitens told the Associated Press after the first special session ended that he might consider a second special session to take up unfinished business.
Loop Trolley Means New 'Rules of the Road' on DelmarOfficials are looking at ordinances that will allow police to tow cars that block the trolley's path, and ticket the owners, so the system doesn't bog down.
City of Des Peres to Decide on Tobocco Product MeasureDidn't St. Louis County just do that a few months ago and isn't Des Peres part of the county?
Bill Overturning St. Louis Abortion Ordinance AdvancesOpponents argue the bill is an example of state overreach.
Maplewood Faces Federal Lawsuit Over Nuisance OrdinanceBy allowing only two calls to police every six months, Jackson says it puts victims - especially of domestic violence - at risk.
Maplewood's 'Weed Lady' in the Clear -- For NowLawyer for Alice Hezel says City Hall has dropped charges that her yard violated Maplewood ordinance.
St. Louis Ordinance Seeks to Pre-Empt Missouri Abortion LawsA new ordinance in St. Louis prohibits discrimination based on ``reproductive health decisions."
Missouri K9 Friends Lobby Against 'Dangerous Dog Ordinance' in FlorissantThe 'dangerous dog ordinance' in Florissant prohibits pit bulls, Missouri K9 Friends president says they will be at every City Council meeting until the ban is repealed.
UPDATED: Trial Date Set for Maplewood's 'Weed Lady'Alice Hezel's attorney hopes the trial settles the issue once and for all.
St. Charles Co. Eyes Prescription Drug Monitoring ProgramDesigned to eliminate "doctor shopping" by opioid, heroin abusers.
St. Louis Co. Raises Age for Buying Cigarettes, Vapor ProductsBecomes 193rd U.S. municipality to adopt "Tobacco 21" ordinance.