Rural Wildwood Residents Getting Closer to High Speed InternetThousands of rural Wildwood residents are closer to finally having high speed internet access.
Local Group Pushes to Unify St. Louis City, CountyThose calling for the unification of St. Louis City and County say they're steadily gaining steam, especially on social media.
MoDOT Launches Project for New Ramp at I-44 and 141MoDOT's ready to make some long-awaited improvements to a flood-prone intersection in west St. Louis County.
Court Strikes Down St. Louis Co. Police StandardsJudge Robert Cohen says the ordinance is unconstitutional and also runs afoul of the county charter.
St. Louis Co. Mother Files Lawsuit Targeting Desegregation PlanVICC says only white students can transfer from the county into the city. There's also a rule that only black students can transfer from the city out to the county.
Black Jack Bans Use Of Phones, Hand-Held Devices Behind The WheelFines will range up to $500, based on the judge's discretion.
Preparations Already Underway for Mosquitoes in St. Louis City, CountyThe county's acting supervisor of vector control James Sayers says the mosquito that carries Zika is not in St. Louis.
Top Aide to St. Louis County Executive QuitsA spokesman for the County Executive didn't give a reason for chief operating officer Mike Chapman's departure
Missouri House Passes Ride-Hail Regulations for Uber, LyftThe legislation now heads to the Senate, where a similar bill is awaiting debate.
Progress Reported on Fenton's Chrysler TIF Site, Master Plan CreatedWhen asked if the jobs will be comparable to the salaries when Chrysler was operational, Polizzi said, "It's still to be seen. I've heard yes and I've heard no on that. I think the tech jobs will definitely be there."
Missouri Court of Appeals Rules Voters Can't Intervene in Stadium IssueMissouri voters and taxpayers have no right to intervene on the stadium issue - that's the decision of Missouri's Court of Appeals.
St. Louis County Property Tax Hike Would Aid SeniorsCounty Executive Steve Stenger says he expects approval of the legislation next month.

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