Photo Illustration: David Ramos/Getty Images

Ride-Sharing Companies Lobby in Jeff City; Taxi Commission Won’t Budge

Taxies are still your only choice in St. Louis, which is now the largest city in the country without any ride-sharing services, and Uber and Lyft are all the rage across the country.


Photo: UPI/Bill Greenblatt

Uber Giving Away Free Ice Cream Instead of Rides Today

From 11 a.m. to 5 p.m., you can just use the Uber app as if you were ordering a ride in another city, and you’ll get ice cream instead.


Photo courtesy of Lyft

Judge: Lyft to Operate in Kansas City Until Trial

District Judge Brian Wimes on Wednesday denied the city’s request for a temporary restraining order against the San Francisco-based company.


Photo: Justin Sullivan/Getty Images

Talks Continue Over Ride-Sharing Apps Uber, Lyft

Taxicab Commission director Ron Klein admits that ride-sharing services like Lyft and Uber are very popular in other cities.


Photo: Justin Sullivan/Getty Images

Judge to Decide on Lyft at Hearing

A St. Louis judge is having a full hearing to determine, once and for all, whether the ride-sharing service falls under the taxicab commission’s jurisdiction or not.


A driver for Lyft in St. Louis on Fri., Apr. 18, 2014. (Photo: Michael Calhoun/KMOX)

Lyft: No Notice Received to Appear in Court

The car service debuted in St. Louis on Friday, and yesterday, a judge told Lyft to park it, issuing a temporary restraining order.


(Photo by Spencer Platt/Getty Images)

St. Louis Company Offers Free Cab Rides

One local cab company is surprising customers with free rides this year.


(Photo by Spencer Platt/Getty Images)

Square Payments Now Accepted in St. Louis Taxis

The mobile payments system, Square, invented by two St. Louis men, will soon be available for local taxi drivers to use.


(Photo by Spencer Platt/Getty Images)

Cabbies Prepare For World Series: ‘It’s Like Three Mardi Gras in A Row’

Laclede Cab has 140 drivers at its disposal, all of whom will be out this weekend. Still, delays and call center jams are to be expected.


AFP/Getty/Don Emmert

Cab Drivers Fear For Their Safety

Some say they can’t afford to refuse fares, another admits profiling.



Listen Live