Union Pulls for Better Police Contracts in CrestwoodThe union representing Crestwood police officers will speak out at tonight's Board of Aldermen meeting.
St. Louis County Residents Seeing Changes in Trash BillsThe St. Louis County Council approved bids for new five year contracts earlier this year and the changes to bills are coming this month.
Missouri Lawmakers Push Public Construction RestrictionsMissouri lawmakers are moving forward with proposals to end union-only contracts in public construction.
Security Company to Pay $50K to Missouri ConsumersThe Missouri attorney general's office says a home security company accused of misleading consumers has to pay $50,000 to Missouri customers.
Mehlville Not Allowing Teachers Out of ContractsThe Mehlville School Board will meet Thursday to begin discussing just what type of tax levy increase they'll put on the November ballot.
Missouri GOP Lawmakers Send 'Right-to-Work' Bill to GovernorMissouri Republicans used their large majorities to send a "right-to-work'' measure to Democratic Gov. Jay Nixon on Wednesday but appear to lack the support to override an expected veto.
Missouri Bill to Change License Fee Office Bidding Passes Lawmakers have passed a bill to stop the state from considering how much money a bidder would return to Missouri if awarded a contract to run a licensing office.
Process to Produce Hemp Oil in Mo. for Medicinal Purposes has BegunToday kicks off a 30-day period when the Missouri Department of Agriculture will accept applications to produce hemp extract in the state.
Seven new red birds sign contracts after draft
STL County Cancels Trash Haulers Contracts Without Required NoticeSt. Louis County taxpayers may get stuck paying millions of dollars to three trash hauling companies left out when the Dooley Administration set up new trash hauling contracts in 2008.
Schweich Questions AG Office ContractsMissouri Auditor is questioning the process for awarding contracts to private attorneys representing the state in lawsuits.
Former St. Louis VA Projects Director Gets 15 Months In PrisonRussell Todd accepted bribes in the form of baseball tickets, visits to "gentlemen's clubs".

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