Loop Trolley Funds Won't Come from the CountyAt least one St. Louis County councilman is saying no more money for the Loop Trolley Project.
Supporters, Opponents Weigh Pros & Cons of MLS StadiumWith the vote now just days away, arguments continue to rage over the merits of a proposed downtown soccer stadium.
Gov. Nixon Sometimes Commuting to Work from St. LouisIt could carry a cost for taxpayers.
Aldermen Raise Questions About MLS Stadium DowntownThere are questions swirling about taxpayers being asked to pick up $80 million of the $200 million project.
Gov. Rauner Vetoes Illinois Union Arbitration Bill``My action today defends taxpayers who are being denied their voice at the bargaining table,'' Rauner said in his veto.
Voters to Decide on Finance Plan for MSD Project A plan to finance a $ 900 million infrastructure project that MSD is required to undertake is proposition Y on Tuesday's ballot.
Statehouse Sex Scandals Carry Public Costs and ConsequencesIt's as if politicians have forgotten the lessons of former President Bill Clinton, who was impeached in 1998 — but ultimately remained in office — after being accused of lying about his sexual relationship with a White House intern.
Missouri Judge Drops Lawsuit Over Lethal Injection PolicyA lawsuit against Missouri over lethal injection policies for executions has been dismissed.
Governors' Trade Missions have Uneven Record of SuccessJay Nixon flew to Spain, Italy and Germany last week to talk business strategies with companies like BMW and BASF chemical plant.
For Missouri Firm, Trade Trip Brings Sales But No Big DealsNixon says the trips ultimately are good for the state, "whether it's in the trade agreements that we've done or the relations that we build or just also thanking organizations which have invested significant money'' in Missouri.
Dave Peacock: City, State Would Contribute $250 Million Toward Stadium, not $350 MillionThere are changes to how many dollars taxpayers might be asked to pony up for a new NFL stadium in St. Louis.
St. Louis County Assessments Are Out -- Look At Your Land, Not Your HouseCounty Assessor Jake Zimmerman says he's dusting off property values that haven't been touched in decades.