Stenger Calls for State Audit of Road and Bridge ProjectsStenger says he wants to restore public confidence in the process of how road and bridge repairs are awarded.
St. Louis County Council Meets to Discuss Metrolink after Train ShootingOne day after a Metrolink train was shot up in the metro east, St. Louis county council members will hold a special meeting today to talk about safety on the light rail line.
County Council Votes 'No' on Later Start TimeA proposal to push back the start time for St. Louis County Council meetings to 6:30 so more people have a chance to attend has been shot down.
Meeting Set to Hear Public Opinions on MetrolinkSt. Louis County Council chair Sam Page says the council has set a date and time to hear public testimony concerning safety and security on the Metrolink.
Residents Voice Opposition to Great Streets InitiativeChief among resident's complaints was a proposal to put South County on a so-called "road diet."
St. Louis County Council Approves $89M Metro Transit BudgetThe St. Louis County Council approved the Metro Transit's operating budget for the fiscal year of 2017.
County Council Close to Smoking Age DecisionThe St. Louis County Council is one vote away from raising the legal smoking age to 21.
County Councilman Wants to Raise Minimum Age to Buy CigarettesCounty councilman Sam Page, a physician, wants to raise the minimum age to buy cigarette from 18 to 21 years old within the county.
Conflict of Interest Questions in County Election Board's MoveA local government watchdog says it could cost up to $50 million, alleges the board violated county ordinances.
Harsh Words from County Exec for Landlord of Space Housing Election BoardStenger says the lease will save the county $10 million over the 20 years -- and accuses Cozad of bilking the county over the past 23.
County Executive Stenger Announces MetroLink StudiesStudies will be conducted on three potential MetroLink routes in St. Louis County, pending approval by St. Louis County Council.
Opioid, Heroin Epidemic Prompts STL Co. to Enact Prescription Monitoring ProgramStenger says this is not the type of legislation one would see in a county, but because the state legislature failed to act, St. Louis County had to take action.