Police Union Calls Prop P Passage 'Morale Booster'St. Louis police are getting a $6,000 raise later this year after voters Tuesday approved a half-cent sales tax hike by a 60 percent majority.
Mayor Thanks Voters for Passage of Prop P in St. Louis Mayor Lyda Krewson says she is thrilled that voters approved a sales tax hike to give money towards first responders in the city of St. Louis.
Cardinals Shortstop Paul DeJong Named Rookie Of The Year FinalistHe's probably fighting for second place, with a Dodgers rookie likely to be named a unanimous winner.
Approval For Police Body Cameras Comes Out Of Raucous MeetingA standing room only crowd shouting and interrupting politicians--and then the politicians turned on each other.
Illinois Cancels Voting Session for Education Funding BillHouse Speaker Michael Madigan has cancelled a scheduled Illinois House session that was to vote on Governor Bruce Rauner's veto of a school funding bill.
Attorney General Hawley Under InvestigationA rising star in the Missouri Republican party is under investigation for allegedly voting illegally in a special election.
Officials Talk About Combining Firefighting Efforts In 5 MunicipalitiesBackers foresee increased efficiency, while detractors say a public vote is needed.
A Look at Illinois' Historic Budget Impasse, Deal to End ItIllinois' historic budget impasse ended Thursday when lawmakers voted to override the GOP governor's veto and give the state its first spending plan in more than two years.
Ill. House Will Vote to Override Budget VetoThe Illinois House convenes this afternoon in an attempt to override Governor Bruce Rauner's veto of a proposed full-year budget and coinciding income tax increase.
Ellisville City Council Agrees to 'Merger Election'Ellisville City Council members Wednesday night unanimously backed their mayor's push against a city-county merger.
University of Missouri Might Revoke Cosby's Honorary DegreeUniversity of Missouri System President Mun Choi wants the university to rescind an honorary degree given to Bill Cosby nearly 20 years ago.
Special Election Puts Voter ID Law to the TestMissouri's new Voter ID law, which is already under court challenge, could get its first real-life test July 11th.