Stenger Understands Ellisville's Concerns About MergerSt. Louis County Executive Steve Stenger says he totally get why Ellisville Mayor Adam Paul is mistrustful of of the group 'Better Together', which is looking at the region's city-county split.
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.
Gov. Greitens, County Exec. Stenger Condemn Jewish Cemetery VandalsGov. Greitens posted on Facebook, urging volunteers to meet him at Chesed Shel Emeth Cemetery to help clean up the site Wednesday at 3 p.m.
Stenger Pushes For County Port Authority to Acquire Jamestown Mall SiteHe has asked the St. Louis County Port Authority to use its powers under state law to acquire the remaining properties and have the site cleared.
St. Louis County Leaders Introduce 'Prop P' for PoliceProp P on the April 4 ballot would raise $80 million for police, $46 million of that for St. Louis County and the rest for municipal police departments.
Angry Outburst at 'White Members' During St. Louis Co. Council Meeting"You're not going to disrespect my daughter," says father of Council member Rochelle Walton-Gray.
Missouri's Second-Largest County Joins Fight Against Opioid AbuseJackson County, Mo., has joined St. Louis County in the effort to prevent prescription opioid abuse.
St. Louis County Executive Activates Emergency Operations CenterSt. Louis County Department of Transportation pretreated all 3,200 lane miles in its system overnight.
Stenger Calls EPA's Work on West Lake Landfill a 'National Disgrace'Stenger explained his reaction live on KMOX's Total Information AM, Friday.
Update: Tax Increase Passed By County Council, Moves to April BallotThe half-cent increase in the sales tax would generate about $80 million in St. Louis county.
Pfizer Plans to Move Into New $200 Million Chesterfield CampusIt ranks as one of the largest business investments in the history of St. Louis County
County Considering Sales Tax Increase to Fund Public Safety ImprovementsThe tax would generate $46 million a year for the county, and $34 million for the other municipalities - generating $80 million total annually.