U.S. Military Alters Training Amid Budget WoesFewer flights, fewer drills as part of sequestration.
Cuts to Public Defender's Office Could Cost Taxpayers MoreFederal Public Defender Lee Lawless says that may reduce spending at their end but the delays they cause keep suspects waiting in jail cells paid for by the U.S. Marshal's Office.
Hagel Cuts Furlough Days for Pentagon Civilian EmployeesDefense Secretary Chuck Hagel announced Tuesday that the total number of furlough days has been reduced from 11 to six.
Sequestration Cuts Shut Down 3 Area Stream GaugesThe National Streamflow Information Program says losing these river level monitors presents a potential threat to public safety.
Job Cuts at "Lighthouse for the Blind"Sequestration cuts claim more jobs in the St. Louis area. This time blind workers are affected.
County Officials Continue To Delay Progress on Homeless ShelterDooley says there are limiting factors, like cost, worsened by sequestration's effect on federal funding.
St. Louis Regional Airport On Final FAA List of Closing TowersThe original list of threatened towers contained 189 contract towers but the Administration was able to stave off the closure of 40 of those, leaving a final list of 149.
Sequestration Could Affect Fair St. LouisThe Army's Golden Knights parachute team was a popular element of last year's Air Show, but they've begun cancelling their 2013 appearances.
Overnight America: March 6th, 2013 - Kevin Sorbo, Niall Stanage
Bethalto Airport Tower ClosingSt. Louis Regional Airport would remain open after April 1, but without air traffic controllers, thanks to FAA budget cuts.
Illinoisans Brace for Federal Cuts, FurloughsUncertainty abounds about what could happen in Illinois if federal lawmakers in Washington don't do something to avert automatic budget cuts set to kick in Friday.
Charlie Brennan - Monday, February 25th - How Can We Save St. Louis from Urban Decay?Charlie talks with SLU Law Prof. Peter Salsich about an upcoming forum on saving the cities, St. Louis and urban decay; and with WSJ Economic Policy Writer Damian Paletta about sequestration and how the cuts will be made.