Richmond Heights

Rep. Holly Rehder from Sikeston has apologized for comparing Missouri Gov. Jay Nixon's support of his decision to veto a state income tax cut to Adolf Hitler's Nazi propaganda. (Photo credit: Facebook)

Sikeston Lawmaker Apologizes for Hitler Reference

Rep. Holly Rehder made the comparison in an email to constituents last week. She issued a statement Monday apologizing to anyone who was “truly offended.”

09/10/2013

Missouri Rep. Stacey Newman, D-Richmond Heights

Rep. Newman ‘Extremely Offended’ by Representative’s Hitler Comparison

“Your comment was completely insensitive to those families throughout our state who have been forever altered by this horrific event in world history”

09/09/2013

bank robber

Bank Robbery in Richmond Heights

U.S. Bank in a Schnucks store on Clayton Road is robbed

07/23/2013

Faced with death, four window washers saved by safety harnesses at SSM Saint Mary's Health Center Thursday. (KMOX/Kevin Killeen)

4 Workers Survive Brush With Death Dangling from SSM Building

It happened shortly after 10 a.m. at St. Mary’s Health Center on Bellevue and 20th.

06/20/2013

Menards

Tax Commission Approves $15M Subsidy for Menards in Richmond Heights

By a 6-5 vote Wednesday night it ensures that half of the Hadley Township neighborhood will be bought out.

05/09/2013

Anthony J. Wilson

Police Make Arrest In Maplewood Bank Robbery

Accurate witness description help police track suspect to Lumiere Casino.

05/08/2013

Capitol Hill

Rep. Newman Goes To Washington

“We have no excuses yet. We are demanding action,” Missouri Rep. Stacey Newman, D-Richmond Heights, said.

03/13/2013

Pleban

Ellisville Mayor Fires Back At Impeachment Charges

Paul called the impeachment attempt “the worst PR for our city” and “an epic waste of time and money.”

03/07/2013

st. louis map

Which St. Louis Zip Code Should You Go to Find a Date?

On this Valentine’s Day, are you looking for love in all the wrong places?

02/14/2013

Menards

Hurdle Cleared, Menards Project Moves Forward In Richmond Heights

The city is gearing up to consider awarding $20 million in TIF incentives to the home improvement store chain.

02/07/2013

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