Umps May Soon Be Mic'd to Explain Replays, Like NFL RefereesIt may start at the All-Star Game on July 11 in Miami, be tweaked in the season's second half and then go forward with the experiment in the playoffs.
Rauner Creates Council He Says Will Cut Illinois BureaucracyIt also is tasked with reducing unneeded requirements to save time and money for businesses, social service providers and residents.
Mark on Movies: 'Bourne'Last time around it was the Damon-less The Bourne Legacy with Jeremy Renner in 2012.
Team Chosen to Review University of Missouri After TurmoilA former system president and a wealthy university donor will help review the University of Missouri following last year's turmoil.
Missouri Senate Begins Scrutinizing Planned Parenthood FilesA Missouri Senate staffer has begun reviewing Planned Parenthood's internal records, including procedures for fetal tissue disposal.
Mark On Movies: Steve JobsLet's be clear about something from the onset---a lot of people will simply NOT like "Steve Jobs".
REVIEW: 'Paper Towns' - Cliché and ComfortableUnlike the film adaptation of "The Fault in Our Stars," this one won’t leave you ugly crying.
Bill Establishing Civilian Oversight Board Effective TodayThe city of St. Louis is now accepting applications to become one of seven members on the board.
Search On for Police Civilian Review Board Panelists Who Don't Have Ax to GrindSome aldermen say they want panel members who don't have a bias - for or against - the police.
Metro-East School Makes the Switch to Year-Round ClassesLegacy Christian Academy in Caseyville will kick off optional year-round school June 1.
St. Louis Aldermen Fight Over Subpoena Power for Police Oversight BoardThe Aldermanic Public Safety Committee did not take testimony from the crowd, and police union official Jeff Roorda was not in attendance.
Proposed Illinois Law Would Address Ferguson-Like CasesA review of any death of someone at the hands of a police officer would come if a new bill filed in Illinois becomes law.