Missouri Man Charged with Trying to Plan Terrorist AttackA Missouri native who said he wanted to participate in a terrorist attack that would cause many deaths and injuries is charged with helping plan a Presidents Day attack on buses, trains and a train station in Kansas City.
UPDATE: Revised St. Louis Soccer Stadium Funding Bill Passes CommitteeLast week, there was no vote by alderman to advance the stadium funding bill, the Aldermanic Ways and Means Committee meet again Thursday to consider it.
County to Discuss Plans on New Blues Practice Arena in Creve CoeurThe $35 million facility, called St. Louis Ice Center, would be located in the Creve Coeur Lake Memorial Park.
Illinois Senate Plan to End Budget Standoff Could Get VoteBut there are just two work days remaining for the current General Assembly no time to seek a House vote.
MHTC Debates Reviving Cost-Share Program for Roads, BridgesThat cost-share program was suspended in January 2014 amid declining revenues.
Blues' $138 Million Scottrade Center Renovation Plan to be Introduced to AldermenAldermanic President Lewis Reed plans to introduce the bill as early as Tuesday & says it would not require a vote of the people.
Slay: Soccer Stadium Funding Proposal Possible This WeekMayor's staff is still working with SC STL to formulate proposal for April ballot.
Another Year of Financial Uncertainty Looms For IllinoisIllinois hasn't had a full budget since July 1, 2015, the longest a state has gone without a spending plan since at least World War II.
Aldermen Raise Questions About MLS Stadium DowntownThere are questions swirling about taxpayers being asked to pick up $80 million of the $200 million project.
STL City Needs More Cops - What Are Politicians Doing About It?In the race for city mayor, no specifics yet on how the candidates plan to come up with extra money for police.
University of Missouri Athletics gets $1.4M DonationThe university has raised $68.4 million for the project, which is still in the planning and development stages.
Last-Minute Exelon Subsidy Plan Goes to Illinois House FloorThe Energy Committee voted 9-1 late Wednesday evening to advance the legislation that funnels $235 million a year to power-producing giant Exelon Corp. for 13 years.