Final Hearing Tonight on New Missouri State ParksA final public hearing tonight on the fate of three new state parks
Rising Property Values Leads to Tax Rollback in AfftonThe Affton school superintendent says he's thrilled by property values rising, rather than declining in his district.
Trump in Missouri to Talk Tax ReformPresident Trump travels to Missouri today to promote his push for tax reform.
New Hope For St. Louis SoccerVaccaro, of St. Louis' 23rd Ward, says soccer supporters, who narrowly lost a tax hike proposal in April, aren't giving up. He's hearing the deal might blend private money with a tax break from the city, and some type of land giveaway to build the stadium.
Chesterfield Questions Merger MotivesChesterfield's Mayor joins the list of those not enthused about the prospect of city-county reunification.
Alderwoman Looks to Reinstate Dividend Taxesn search of more revenue, a St. Louis Alderman says it's time to start collecting the one-percent earnings tax on stock options and dividends.
Missouri Lawmakers Pass Bill on Sales Tax for St. Louis ZooThe measure also would allow the zoo to charge admission for new facilities for people who live in counties that don't adopt a zoo tax.
Work Progresses On Promised Water Park Improvements In St. CharlesUpgrades funded by last year's passage of half cent sales tax hike expected by Memorial Day 2018.
MO Senate Advances New St. Louis Zoo Tax RulesThe Missouri Senate has given initial approval to a bill creating new rules for sales tax increases to fund the St. Louis Zoo.
Sen. Onder Proposes Zoo Name Change After Abortion Bill DebateA Missouri lawmaker is proposing that the St. Louis Zoo change its name to the Midwest Abortion Sanctuary City Zoological Park in order to get money from local zoo taxes.
Prop 1 Unpopular with Some Business OwnersSt. Louis City voters approved Prop 1 sales tax to start funding the city's portion of a north-south Metrolink line, but some business owners aren't happy.
City Voter Turnout Lower Than Expected, Upsets PossibleThe election board was predicting 20 percent voter turnout, and low numbers could set the stage for an upset.