Voters May Be Asked to Approve a $25 Mill Bond IssueThe bond issue would pay for new firetrucks, ambulances and trash trucks in the city.
Fast Food Workers to Strike for $15/Hr WagesFast food workers in St. Louis will join thousands of others across America in another strike for a wage increase to $15 an hour.
Petitions Filed to Allow Medical Marijuana Use in MissouriThe two petitions would ask voters whether to amend the state constitution to allow physicians to recommend the drug to patients with certain illnesses, such as cancer, epilepsy and post-traumatic stress disorder.
Registered Voters Exceed Population in 17 Illinois CountiesThe Public Interest Legal Foundation reports 141 of the nation's counties have this problem.
Poll Shows Voters Want to Decide on Public Money for StadiumHouse Budget Chairman says he will block any money in the state budget for payments on a new stadium unless approved by voters.
Effort to Recall Ferguson Mayor Falls Short, AgainSt. Louis County Republican Director of Elections Gary Fuhr says of the signatures that were rejected, "most of the individuals that were rejected were not registered voters."
No Ruling on St. Louis Football Stadium Vote"We are moving this quickly," Blitz says. "We have a new judge who's willing to get up to speed on what's been filed in the case, and he's going to give us a very good hearing on the 25th."
Voters Will Be Asked to Approve $180 Million Bond IssueIn addition to money for police and fire equipment, it would include money for city streets and bridges, upkeep of city buildings, and the demolition of abandoned buildings around town.
Voters Could Decide on Tax Raise for More St. Louis PoliceSt. Louis city voters could be asked in August whether they want to raise some taxes and fees to pay for 180 more police officers.
Voters Could Weigh In on Red Light CamerasSupporters of the ban say red light cameras are used by cities to generate revenue, and there is limited evidence on whether they improve safety.
Historic Vote Puts Three African Americans on Ferguson City CouncilNearly 29 percent of the city's registered voters cast ballots in the April 7 election - more than three times the previous elections' averages.
Missouri House Panel Considers Eliminating Daylight SavingsA Republican lawmaker says Missouri should lead the way in eliminating the annual ritual of switching clocks an hour forward and then back again.