Missouri Legislature Passes Electricity Rate IncentivesLawmakers agreed with Gov. Eric Greitens on Friday to allow major electricity users to negotiate lower rates in an effort to lure hundreds of jobs to southeast Missouri, though some legislators worried the move could eventually mean higher utility bills for average customers.
Survey Says Local Vets More Satisfied With VAThe number of veterans saying they're satisfied with treatment increasing.
Survey Results Show Veterans Feedback on Hospital ExperiencesSenator Claire McCaskill has a "secret shopper" program for Missouri veterans to give feedback on experiences at Veterans Affairs hospitals.
City Hall Denies Blame in Deadly Boiler BlastNeighborhood alderman says the system isn't working.
Insurers Continue to Hike Prices, Abandon ACA MarketsBlue Cross and Blue Shield of Kansas City's decision means that only 10 of Missouri's 115 counties will have more than one insurer selling coverage on the exchange next year.
Congressman Clay Speaks Out on Local, National IssuesCongressman Lacy Clay is pitching his own unique plan for dealing with the controversial statue in Forest Park that depicts a Confederate soldier going off to the Civil War.
Sen. Blunt Holds Town Hall Phone MeetingUS Senator Roy Blunt says he's gearing up for what are sure to be some rough-and-tumble moments in Congress when former FBI Director James Comey shows up to testify next week.
St. Louis Cardinal Weighs in on Trump, Pope MeetingSt. Louis native New York Cardinal Timothy Dolan shares his thoughts on the Vatican meeting between the Pope and the President.
Toll Ban Could be on 2018 BallotA transportation advocacy group says a ban on tolls for existing Missouri roads is one step closer to making the 2018 statewide ballot.
Missouri House Passes Proposal for Lower Electric RatesThe Missouri House has given final approval to a proposal that supporters say would bring hundreds of jobs to the southeastern corner of the state.
City Hall Struggles to Close Police Pay GapSt. Louis Mayor Lyda Krewson scrambling to find $20 million dollars to fill the police pay gap as dozens of officers plan to leave for better paying jobs in the county.
Local Democrat Wants Fewer Convenience StoresTuesday's raids of several convenience stores lead one area democratic party leader to take to twitter to express his concerns.

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