Missouri Lawmakers Look for Road Money Beyond Usual PlacesIn about two weeks, House Republicans hope to send the Senate a budget that includes roughly $30 million to revive the Missouri Department of Transportation's cost-sharing program.
Mo. Dept. of Conservation Gives 'OK' for Deer Culling in EllisvilleAll deer that are harvested will be donated to the Share the Harvest Program with the city of Ellisville.
St. Charles Co., Collinsville Flooding UpdatesSt. Charles County and Collinsville, Ill., provided updates on area flooding situations and road closures.
Man in Chimp Mask Robs O'Fallon, MO Gas StationGun-wielding suspect remains at large.
MoDOT Announces New Director From New HampshirePatrick McKenna will serve as MoDOT's Director beginning December 7, previously serving as the Deputy Commissioner of the New Hampshire Department of Transportation.
Missouri Candidates for Governor Gather at State FairMost of Missouri's potential Republican candidates for governor expressed opposition Thursday to raising taxes for transportation funding, as they gathered under the same tent with other politicians to shake hands with voters at the Missouri State Fair.
Florissant Mayor Pushes Nixon to Call Special Session to Fund Highway RepairsThe mayor of Florissant is challenging Gov. Jay Nixon to worry less about a new stadium and more about new roads.
Section of Shaw Avenue Closes Tuesday MorningA major traffic reconfiguration starts Tuesday morning at 8:30 - Shaw Avenue will be closed between between Kingshighway and Vandeventer for 10 days.
St. Louis City Budget Includes $1 Million SurplusThe $1.1 Billion budget excludes more police officers but added a civilian review board of police violence.
Blues Announce 2015-16 Preseason ScheduleOverall, the Blues will play three home and three road dates, including a home-away series with Columbus, Dallas and Chicago.
Plans Unveiled for $5.5 Million Metro Transit FacilityFacility on Pershall Road set to open in early 2016.
How Can Illinois Pay for Roads?It's time for state lawmakers to put together another construction program, says Senate President John Cullerton (D-Chicago), and he says though it's needed, it won't be easy to accomplish.