Case Against Maplewood "Weed Lady" Will Be Heard In St. Louis CountyAlice Hezel's attorney successfully lobbies for move to county jury trial.
Maplewood Woman Defends Her Wild YardA 70-year-old Maplewood woman could face jail time for planting flowers in her yard. Hezel was on probation, but it was recently revoked. She didn't even know she was on it.
Richmond Heights Moves To Ban "Social House II" Type BusinessesJoins neighboring Maplewood in quickly passing anti-nudity ordinance.
Creve Coeur Considers Ban On All Outdoor SmokingBill sponsor says 90 percent of public response to his measure has been positive.
Maplewood Bans Businesses Similar to Social House IIOrdinance passed into law Tuesday night targets nudity in businesses that serve alcohol.
Board of Aldermen Rejects Chicken, Goat ProposalSt. Louis Board of Aldermen says NO to a plan that would have let residents keep as many as eight chickens in their back yard.
Teens Ask Indiana City to Ban Saggy PantsWearing pants low enough to expose underwear could soon be against the law in Gary, Indiana.
Both Kansas Cities Raise Age to Buy Tobacco Products to 21The Kansas City, Missouri, City Council voted 11-1 Thursday in favor of an ordinance raising the minimum age to tobacco products, rolling papers and alternative nicotine products to 21.
Alderwoman to Introduce Bill for Public Vote on StadiumThe St. Louis Business Journal is reporting there is a new wrinkle for those who want a new NFL stadium in St. Louis.
Officials Begin Process of Dissolving Belleville TownshipCurrently, Belleville residents have a line on their property tax bill for Bellville Township, which has the same borders as Belleville. The owner of a $100,000 home in the city pays about $40 each year to fund the township's budget.
Do You Get a Refund? St. Louis Pays Back Red-Light Camera TicketsThe city halted the red-light camera program and dismissed pending cases.
Motorists Win in 3 Rulings on Traffic CamerasIn the St. Louis red light camera case, the high court ruled that the ordinance is unconstitutional because it shifts the burden of proof from the state to the vehicle owner to prove who was driving the car at the time of the alleged violation.