Ellisville Hires Lobbyist for Merger DebateOne west county community is so concerned about the city county merger, they've hired a lobbyist to fight against such a plan.
Illinois Unemployment Sees Slight IncreaseThe June jobless rate came in at 4.7 percent, up from 4.6 percent in May.
Court Upholds Order in Favor of Planned ParenthoodThe Missouri Department of Health and Senior Services must pay the attorneys' fees and expenses incurred by what now is Planned Parenthood Great Plains.
Governor Reverses Cuts to Foster-Care FamiliesCutting aid to families who care for foster children ``was never our intention,'' Greitens wrote in a letter he sent to foster-care families.
Gov. Rauner Pushes to Amend School Funding BillIllinois governor Bruce Rauner is asking, "Where's the school-funding bill?"
Sen. McCaskill Reacts to Trump Healthcare StruggleSenator Claire McCaskill is brushing aside a comment made by President Trump that lawmakers should forego their summer break until health care reform can be achieved.
Rodney Davis Stays Connected with Telephone Town HallCongressman Rodney Davis is in Washington, but he's keeping in touch with constituents via telephone town hall.
Granite City Steel Workers Rally for JobsWhile they're marching today, this is not a new issue.
New Life for Webster Groves PropertyA $30 expenditure will mean a new lease on life for an empty piece of property in Webster Groves.
Taxpayer Approved Park Projects Underway in St. CharlesSome St. Charles parks will close at the end of the month for major upgrades
Jeff Co. Executive Won't Run for Re-ElectionKen Waller released a statement yesterday thanking God, his wife and the people in the county for their support.
Greitens Will Not Sign Minimum Wage BillMissouri Gov. Eric Greitens reaffirmed Tuesday that he will allow the bill reversing St. Louis' minimum wage increase to become law by not signing it.

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