Crestwood Facing Budget WoesMayor says tax increase may be necessary to close million dollar budget gap.
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.
St. Louis Alderman Needs Mathmatical Assurance For New StadiumScott Ogilvie says he needs proof that the new stadium will generate enough tax revenue to pay for itself year-to-year.
Missouri Candidates for Governor Gather at State FairMost of Missouri's potential Republican candidates for governor expressed opposition Thursday to raising taxes for transportation funding, as they gathered under the same tent with other politicians to shake hands with voters at the Missouri State Fair.
Tax Increase Added to Nov. Ballot in Mehlville School DistrictOnly one Mehlville School Board member voted no, they face a $1.6 million deficit next year.
Missouri Board OKs $15M in Tax Credits for St. Louis StadiumThe Missouri Development Finance Board voted for the credits Tuesday as the first step in a potential $50 million tax-credit plan over three years.
Missouri Petroleum Marketers Back Cigarette Tax HikeA group of Missouri gas station and convenience store owners is backing taxing cigarettes an additional 23 cents per pack.
Missouri Passes in Zero Categories of Cancer Prevention StudyFewer than half of U.S. states passed three or more of the nine categories.
$180 Million Bond Issue- St. Louis Fire Dept Wants UpgradesTuesday's vote could give the St. Louis Fire Department $40 million if the issue gets two-thirds of the votes.
Florissant Mayor Pushes Nixon to Call Special Session to Fund Highway RepairsThe mayor of Florissant is challenging Gov. Jay Nixon to worry less about a new stadium and more about new roads.
Downtown STL Inc. Gains Support for Streetscape ImprovementsIt's not yet decided if the taxing district would involve a sales tax, property tax, or a combination.
Supreme Court Upholds Nationwide Healthcare Law SubsidiesThe justices said in a 6-3 ruling that the subsidies that 8.7 million people currently receive to make insurance affordable do not depend on where they live, under the 2010 healthcare law.