Illinois Suspends $30B in Wells Fargo Activity; Bank 'Sorry'``Wells Fargo is a big financial player in Illinois, and I hope to send the message that their unscrupulous practices are not welcome and will not be tolerated,'' the Democrat said at a news conference in Chicago.
Wells Fargo to Decide Fate of Grant's FarmWells Fargo is also entitled to recover more than $630,000 in legal fees and expenses.
Local Companies Join Forces for Home OwnershipSlay Says Hundreds Will Be Able to Own A Home
Danforth Changes Law Firms After Rift Over LawsuitThe former Missouri attorney general and U.S. ambassador to the UN has left the Bryan Cave firm.
New St. Louis Initiative for Ex-Cons Includes JobsWhat's been dubbed an "unprecedented" effort to keep ex-cons from going back to prison is starting in St. Louis.
Obama Seeks $2 Billion In Private Dollars For Clean EnergyPresident Barack Obama is setting a goal of raising $2 billion from the private sector for investments in clean energy.
Illinois Suit Alleges Wells Fargo An Unfair LenderThe Chicago area's Cook County has filed a lawsuit against Wells Fargo & Co., accusing the nation's biggest mortgage lender of subjecting minority and female borrowers to discriminatory and predatory lending practices
PrideFest 2014: City Lights Up in Rainbow, Michael Sam Not AttendingHave you noticed the rainbow lighting on the Civil Courts Building? It's all lit up leading up to Pride Fest which is this weekend in Downtown St. Louis.
Relocating Creative Firm Settles in Midtown AlleyYou'll see empty buildings and grassy lots but Michael Tomko, production director at The Able Few, says Midtown Alley is an up-and-coming area.
Legal Help for Ill. Homeowners Facing ForeclosureThe money will allow legal aid organizations to hire lawyers and paralegals to represent homeowners.
Wells Fargo Advisors Adding 400 Jobs in St. LouisWells Fargo is the nation's third-largest retail brokerage firm.
Wells Fargo Pays $175M in SettlementThe settlement allegations that Wells Fargo steered African-American and Latino borrowers into risky subprime loans more often than white borrowers in similarly situations.