MoDOT Launches Project for New Ramp at I-44 and 141MoDOT's ready to make some long-awaited improvements to a flood-prone intersection in west St. Louis County.
Voters to Decide on Finance Plan for MSD Project A plan to finance a $ 900 million infrastructure project that MSD is required to undertake is proposition Y on Tuesday's ballot.
Public Meeting Provides Update On Coldwater Creek Clean-Up EffortSome residents say they want more answers about possible cancer link.
Maryland Heights Council Approves RFP For Kroenke Associate's Dream ProjectCity officials downplay Kroenke's connection after unanimous approval of request for proposals.
County Council Raises Budget, But Not Taxes For 2016The County Council also approved $3 million in spending for the Loop Trolley project.
Loop Trolley Project to Cost More Than ExpectedCritics contend the cost of the 2.2-mile trolley line is too high. Some business owners say traffic problems caused by construction are hurting them.
Air Force Picks Northrop Grumman to Build Next Big BomberThe loser of the high-stakes bidding contest was a team formed by Boeing Co. and Lockheed Martin Corp.
Report: Bills Offer Look at St. Louis' Stake in New StadiumSt. Louis city will pay $6 million a year toward a new riverfront football stadium and rebate an undetermined portion of game-day taxes to the team.
New St. Louis University Dorm to Open in 2017A new $71 million residence hall is slated to open in 2017 on Saint Louis University’s Midtown campus after the university’s board of trustees approved the project over the weekend.
St. Louis NFL Stadium Backers Gain Power of Eminent Domain"We really at this point do not expect that we will need eminent domain," said RSA Chairman Jim Shrewsbury. "However, when the time comes, if that has to be used as a tool to acquire property, we want the authority to take that action."
First Concrete for Delmar Loop Trolley PouredThe pour marks another milestone in the construction of the 2.2-mile project linking the Loop to Forest Park.
Committee Approves Bill That Will Make Cuts in EPA BudgetThe Senate Appropriations Committee approved a spending bill on Tuesday that makes deep cuts to the Environmental Protection Agency by more than $500 million.