Lawsuit Promised by Local Police Over County Council VoteThe St. Louis County Council tonight is expected to pass County Executive Steve Stenger's proposed minimum standards for municipal police departments.
Federal Mediator Needed in Alton Teacher's Labor DisputeAlton teacher's union made a counter offer that the board representatives will present at a special school board meeting Friday morning.
Hirth: House Committee Out of Touch on Sexual Harassment Standards"I don't think they reached out to any victims when proposing or when developing their proposals either," Former LeVota Intern Taylor Hirth said in an interview.
Wentzville GM Workers Ratify ContractSupport from production workers overcomes opposition from skilled trades.
East St. Louis Teachers Approve New ContractThe teachers union successfully agreed on a pay increase with the East St. Louis school district.
Missouri Planned Parenthood Set to Lose Hospital PrivilegesA Planned Parenthood clinic in Columbia is set to lose its ability to offer medication-induced abortions because of a recent University of Missouri medical committee's decision that put the center's license in jeopardy.
Champaign Police Revive 11-Year-Old Stun Gun RequestPolice Chief Anthony Cobb says that improved technology has made the weapons safe.
St. Louis NFL Stadium Backers Gain Power of Eminent Domain"We really at this point do not expect that we will need eminent domain," said RSA Chairman Jim Shrewsbury. "However, when the time comes, if that has to be used as a tool to acquire property, we want the authority to take that action."
Des Peres Residents Speak Out Against New Bike Lanes, TrailsSome residents said it would compromise their quiet neighborhoods and personal privacy.
East STL Teachers Ready to Strike If NecessaryA spokesperson for the teachers says a passed vote gave the union power to call for a strike if they feel necessary.
Megabus Names "The Archway" Bus in Honor of MissouriVoters who weighed in have decided to call the Megabus in Missouri, The Archway.
Five-Time Illinois Secretary of State Announces RetirementWhite won his first election in 1998 with 55 percent of the vote, and easily won reelection four times.