New Law Makes Insurance Companies Find, Pay BeneficiariesIllinois Gov. Bruce Rauner has signed legislation requiring insurance companies to locate beneficiaries of unclaimed life insurance policies and pay them money they're owed.
Follow Political Spending in Illinois Through OpenBookIt's been called a 'true portal of transparency for state government, where every dollar donated to a campaign is recorded.'
Man Gets 18 Months for Hacking Missouri Police Union WebsiteThirty-three-year-old Justin Payne was sentenced Monday in St. Louis.
Cards' Playoff Tickets Go On Sale At Noon ThursdayWild Card and Division Series playoff tickets go on sale at noon on Thursday at cardinals.com.
Dotson Singles Out Judge After Probation Leads to DeathDotson says he's thinking of creating a website to track the sentencing records of circuit court judges, so voters can see who's tough on crime and who's not.
'White Only' Sign Auctioned by GoodwillThe sign has been removed from the site.
St. Louis is 55th out of 62 Best U.S. Cities to Live InWallet Hub spokesperson says St. Louis's crime rate and health issues were the leading cause for a low rank.
You Can Now Research a Surgeon's Track RecordConsumers Checkbook analyzed the medical records of four million major operations for its database.
Hackers Breach St. Louis Federal Reserve Research WebsiteThe Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis says that the research website is not used for communication with banks and no other websites were hacked.
Fairview Heights Police Provide Area for 'Safe Exchange'The “Safe Exchange” program is a direct response addressing safety concerns brought about with online purchases from websites such as Craigslist and eBay, says a news release from the police department.
Kansas City Police Increase Security for Mayor Sly JamesKansas City police have increased security for Mayor Sly James after he received a threat through his campaign website.
Army Referral Scheme Makes Couple MillionairesThe scheme, perpetrated by a retired Army sergeant and his wife, used a website to gather names of individuals interested in joining the Army. The couple then submitted those names to the Army, earning them a cash bonus for each recruit they “referred.”