Illinois' Aims its Giving Tuesday Goal at $6 MillionThat would be a leap from last year’s $4 million dollar haul for the #ILGive campaign.
Illinois Could Soon Regulate Daily Fantasy SportsA new bill would define daily fantasy sports sites as separate from gambling, while subjecting the games to casino-like regulations.
Chief Criticizes Stenger's Police Plan, Calls it Passive-AggressiveTim Swope, North County Police Cooperative Chief says Stenger's new police regulations are already required by the state.
Farmers Insurance settles Missouri no-call lawsuit for $575KCalifornia-based Farmers Insurance has agreed to pay Missouri $575,000 to settle a lawsuit claiming its agents violated state telemarketing laws.
5 Best Football Games To Watch On The Rams Bye WeekThe Rams will put its helmets on the shelf this week, but take this time to diversify your grasp of the gridiron and give another team some recognition.
Lawsuit Against St. Louis Minimum Wage Hike In Court TuesdaySt. Louis is 10 days away from a minimum wage increase to $8.25, and eventually up to $11 per hour in 2018.
Illinois County Sues the State For Not Funding Emergency 911 SystemA St. Clair County Board Chairman says the state owes his county six million dollars and this may not be the only lawsuit.
21 Missouri Senators Oppose Nixon's Stadium BondsThey say without a public vote they won't support the bonds, KMOX's correspondent isn't confident the bonds will sell.
Illinois Schools Back Rauner's Plan to Undo School MandatesThe plan is to eliminate state mandates that they say sometimes forces them to lay off reading instructors.
WalletHub Ranking Finds Illinois is a Happier State Than MissouriThe personal finance website measured things like emotional and physical health, safety concerns, obesity and divorce rates and income levels.
Senator Wants to Bring Back Capital Punishment to IllinoisState Senator Bill Haine says he is going to file a bill to reinstate the death penalty for those who kill a police officer or who commit multiple murders.
Spike in St. Louis Federal Gun Cases From Violence, Felons' RightsA U.S. Attorney says he receives 20 new gun cases every month, many of which usually wouldn't have gone past state courts.
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