Missouri Lawmakers Pass $3.4B in Basic Aid For K-12 SchoolsGreitens recommended a slight increase, but his plan would have fallen about $45 million short of the law's funding target.
Meeting Set to Hear Public Opinions on MetrolinkSt. Louis County Council chair Sam Page says the council has set a date and time to hear public testimony concerning safety and security on the Metrolink.
Crazy vs Genius: Wash U Lecture on Kanye WestA Washington University Professor is using Kanye West as case study for genius and mental illness in a public lecture.
Riverview Gardens District Investigates Sub Giving Digestive Pills to StudentsThe Riverview Gardens middle school sub has been removed from the substitute teachers list, administrators say.
Greitens Slams Health Care Expenses in New $27.6 Billion BudgetMissouri Gov. Eric Greitens says tax credits and high costs for health care have caused state budget problems.
Scottrade, Soccer Stadium Bills Squeeze Through Ways & MeansBoth amended plans were approved by just a single vote.
Trump Hires SLU Graduate After Firing Justice Dep't HeadDana Boente will take over as the acting Attorney General, President Trump fired Sally Yates after she publicly questioned the constitutionality of his refugee and immigration ban
Polls: Lyda Krewson Holds Lead in St. Louis Mayoral RaceThe Missouri Times poll also found crime is at the top of city voter's minds as they select Mayor Slay's replacement.
How to Deal With Struggling Parents Out in PublicMost people turn away and assume it's not their problem, or even worse – take out their phone and post a video on Facebook.
Tower Grove Park Requests Public Opinion on Master PlanExecutive Director Bill Reininger says he wants to improve the park’s amenities, access, connectivity and safety.
New Bill Attacks Corrupt Government LeadersSt. Louis County prosecutor Bob McCulloch says it's time to get tougher on government officials who abuse the public's trust.
Final Testimony Wednesday in Trial of Missouri Clergy ProtestersThose protesters, sometimes called the Medicaid 23, each face up to $500 in fines and up to six months behind bars.