Tensions Continue Rising Over Illinois Education FundingAt issue is money included in the plan to help Chicago Public Schools with its struggling teacher pension system.
NAACP Moves Forward With Missouri Travel AdvisoryThe NAACP is moving forward with a travel advisory warning people to be careful while in Missouri because of a danger that civil rights won't be respected.
100th Day in Office: Mayor Krewson on St. Louis Police, Chief Search"I think, ideally, our sales tax would not be as high as it is, but I also think that in this job, you don't get the luxury of not doing something," she says. "It'll be two to three dollars for a family, per month."
Ellisville Mayor Proposes Prop P-Funded City Hall-Police StationEllisville's idea is a new city hall-police station combination.
Sen. Blunt Explains Support of Healthcare RepealRepublican Roy Blunt of Missouri was one of 45 senators to vote in favor of the 'repeal only"' version of the healthcare bill.
Locals Divided on Transgender BanPresident Trump's tweets announcing he will reinstate the ban on transgender people in the U.S. military is getting local reactions
North St. Louis Asbestos Cleanup Wraps Up Next WeekDeveloper Paul McKee, who owns the building that burned at 1849 Cass Ave., says the asbestos was in the roofing tiles and it's easy to spot if you know what you're looking for.
No Movement On 1st Day of Special Session On School FundingThe Republican governor and Democratic leaders pointed fingers over who's hindered progress, a familiar scenario in a state that only recently ended an unprecedented two-year budget impasse.
Ferguson Celebrates Opening of New Community Empowerment CenterToday, the Urban League and Salvation Army opened their new Ferguson Community Empowerment Center on the site of the QuikTrip that burned during protests of the Michael Brown police shooting almost three years ago.
Records: Student-Loan Forgiveness Has Halted Under TrumpIn the letter responding to Durbin's questions, Acting Under Secretary James Manning wrote that "no borrower defense applications have been approved between Jan. 20, 2017, and today.''
Gov. Greitens Signs New Abortion Regulations Into LawLawmakers passed the bill Tuesday during a special session on abortion called by Greitens.
Rodney Davis Moves to Support Capitol PoliceRodney Davis took to the house floor Monday to push a bill to help U.S. Capitol Police officers injured in the line of duty.

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