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.
City Voter Turnout Lower Than Expected, Upsets PossibleThe election board was predicting 20 percent voter turnout, and low numbers could set the stage for an upset.
Missouri Politicians Voice Opinions on Healthcare ReformMissouri politicians remain divided on healthcare bill.
Rep. Candidate for Mayor Focuses on Change for the CityRepublican Candidate Andrew Jones has a quick answer for anyone who thinks a Republican in the city of St. Louis has a small chance of winning.
Krewson Wins Dem. Mayoral Primary, Andrew Jones for Rep.Alderwoman Lyda Krewson fought off a challenge from city treasurer Tishaura Jones and wins by just 888 votes.
Illinois Senators Plan to Vote Against EPA NomineeSenate Republicans plan to use their 'majority power' to confirm President Donald Trump's nominee to lead the Environmental Protection Agency, but several Illinois senators are saying 'no'.
Bill to Increase Punishment for Cop Killers Raises Racial DebateA Missouri House vote to increase punishment for cop killers triggered a racial debate.
UPDATE: Missouri House Gives Initial Approval to Right-to-WorkThe House voted 101-58 Wednesday to give initial approval to the bill, which would ban mandatory union fees. The bill needs another House vote before it can move to the Senate.
Illinois Senate Plan to End Budget Standoff Could Get VoteBut there are just two work days remaining for the current General Assembly no time to seek a House vote.
Governor-Elect Comes Home To Maryland HeightsEric Greitens wraps-up thank you tour ahead of Monday's inauguration
'Crown Candy Andy' Files to Run For St. Louis MayorAndy Karandzief filed paperwork to be on the ballot for the March primary, along with fellow Republicans James Osher and Andrew Jones.
Republican Success Opens Door to Amending U.S. ConstitutionRepublicans already control Congress, the White House and more governors' offices than they have in nearly a century.