Stenger Says County Will Not Provide More Trolley FundingSt. Louis County Executive Steve Stenger is not budging in his opposition to providing more money for the long-delayed Loop Trolley project.
McCaskill Says to Let Franken Investigation 'Run it's Course'KMOX News asked U.S. Senator Claire McCaskill of Missouri if it's time for Minnesota Senator Al Franken to resign.
Teachers Union Says Greitens' Board Appointments will Strengthen UnionsMissouri Governor Geitens' efforts to reshape the state board of education has many wondering what his end game is.
Turkeys Seeking Trump Thanksgiving Pardon Must Strut StuffWhat makes a good presidential turkey? Showmanship. A readiness to strut his stuff and gobble on command, yet enough restraint to stay on a table for the big photo op.
Vote to Oust Missouri Education Chief Falls 1 Vote ShortThe vote was the climax of months of effort by Gov. Eric Greitens to fill the state board with his own appointees and replace the state's top education official.
Clayton Residents Wary of Over DevelopmentSeveral residents turned up at the meeting of the Clayton Plan commission to speak out against a proposal to build a 22-story luxury apartment tower along Forsyth.
Congressman Clay Approves of FBI Police InvestigationCongressman Lacy Clay says he's pleased with the swift response by federal prosecutors and the FBI to calls for an investigation into police conduct during the Stockley protests.
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.

More From CBS St. Louis

Shop KMOX Apparel
KMOX Podcasts
High School Spotlight

Listen Live