Nursing Home Workers Threatening StrikeOne hundred union workers at a north St. Louis County nursing home are threatening to go on strike
Teachers Union Says Greitens' Board Appointments will Strengthen UnionsMissouri Governor Geitens' efforts to reshape the state board of education has many wondering what his end game is.
Union Pulls for Better Police Contracts in CrestwoodThe union representing Crestwood police officers will speak out at tonight's Board of Aldermen meeting.
Metro Drivers Union Calls for Increased Safety MeasuresThe union for Metro drivers is demanding improved safety after a driver was shot outside his bus over the weekend during an attempted robbery.
Local Police Prepare for Eclipse TouristsAs the solar eclipse gets closer, communities in the area are preparing for the people coming here for the best view.
Roorda: 'Fear Of A Exodus of Officers To Other Departments Is Real' Police Union Business Manager Jeff Roorda says the fear of a mass exodus of officers to other departments is real.
Union Janitors Rally, Calling for Greitens to Uphold Minimum WageJanitor Eugene Hubbard says the people who clean your office have bills to pay too.
Chicago Union Creates Ringtone to Curb Immigrant DeportationUnite Here Local 1 launched the Spanish-language ringtone on its website Sunday.
Hazelwood School District Lifts Student SuspensionsA dozen seniors who faced the prospect of not being allowed to walk during Saturday's graduation may return for rehearsal Friday.
Hazelwood Teachers Vote to Accept New ContractThere were 374 teachers that voted to accept the new contract under protest.
Hazelwood Students Walk Out in Support of Union TeachersDozens of students at Hazelwood West High School students left class for more than an hour Monday to protest the district's refusal to renegotiate a contract with union teachers.
Right-to-Work Backers Fundraising to Protect Missouri LawSupporters of right to work in Missouri are coming together to raise money to fend off attacks on the new law.