Chris Long Will Donate His NFL Pay Checks To Help St. Louis YouthChris Long's Pledge 10 for Tomorrow campaign supports The Little Bit Foundation and College Bound, which helps underserved school children in St. Louis.
City Starts Pushing Tax Hike For Police RaisesThe measure would provide city officers with a estimated $10,000 increase in total annual compensation.
'Bloodbath:' Survey Predicts Mass STL City Police Exodus"If we go that many officers short, it's going to be a bloodbath," St. Louis Police Officers Association Business Manager Jeff Roorda says.
Roorda: 'Fear Of A Exodus of Officers To Other Departments Is Real' Police Union Business Manager Jeff Roorda says the fear of a mass exodus of officers to other departments is real.
Ford Cuts Won't Effect Missouri PlantsJob cuts for salaried employees at Ford Motor Company likely will have no effect on Missouri's two truck-making plants.
Mizzou AD Expects New Basketball Coach to be Named by AprilMizzou AD, Jim Sterk says he will be looking for a candidate that will 'dominate' in-state recruiting, and has hired an outside firm to help find that person.
Cardinals Win Arbitration Hearing, Sign Michael WachaWacha asked arbitrators for a raise from $539,000 to $3.2 million, and St. Louis advocated for a $2,775,000 salary.
Senate Follows Gov. Greiten's Message Votes Down Lawmaker Pay RaisesSome Missouri senators called the vote to determine their own pay checks a 'conflict of interest,' as Gov. Eric Greitens publicly criticized them for wavering.
Why is Number of 'Multiple-Job Holders' at 8-Year High?Those with full-time jobs may be unhappy with their salary and are seeking to supplement their income. Part-timers could be concerned about stability and hours of their jobs.
Greitens Responds to Attack Ads on Charity SalaryGreitens is under fire for earning about $100,000 a year to run a charity for veterans.
Dotson, Aldermen Still Search For Higher City Cop SalariesSt. Louis Aldermen and alderwomen have plans that include raising sales taxes or taxing 911 cell phone calls.
STUDY: Mo. State Workers Are Lowest-Paid in NationCurrently, an engineer with 10 years experience makes just $2,000 more than a new hire.