Greitens Removes Education Board AppointeeGreitens has not elaborated why he wants a new commissioner to lead the Department of Elementary and Secondary Education, an agency that is quasi-independent from the governor.
Missouri State Under Title IX InvestigationMissouri State University is under a Title IX investigation, and a field hockey player says it involves the decision to discontinue her team.
FBI, Justice Department to Investigate St. Louis-Area PoliceProtest leaders, Democratic U.S. Rep. Lacy Clay and others called for a federal investigation.
Greitens Fills Child Abuse Board VacanciesBoard meetings had to be canceled four times in fiscal 2017. Eight to 10 cases are scheduled for hearings at a given meeting, Woelfel said.
Hidden Valley Offers Zipline Counter ProposalWildwood Planning and Zoning Commission to take it up tonight.
Amidst Funding Issues, Loop Trolley To Resume TestingTests will run along the entire 2.2-mile alignment.
Marijuana Fines and State Audits Up for Discussion by Aldermen TodayMarijuana and a state audit top the agenda this morning in the St. Louis Board of Alderman.
Congressman Davis Says Standard Deductions Will Double Under Tax BillIllinois congressman Rodney Davis says the house tax bill is not about politics or the legacy of Republicans and Democrats.
Missouri's McCaskill Calls for Investigation of FrankenMcCaskill's Thursday statement came after a Los Angeles radio anchor accused Franken of forcibly kissing her during a 2006 USO tour and of posing for a photo with his hands on her breasts as she slept. Franken has apologized.
County Council Chair Dissects Stenger's BudgetSt. Louis County Council chairman Sam Page says he's not being "irrational" about the county's fiscal outlook.
Ferguson Department of Justice Holding Q&AFerguson residents can tell the mayor how they feel about progress in their community tonight
County Executive Denies Plan to Raise TaxesStenger says projected $6 million shortfall can be made up through attrition.