Volunteers Out Counting Homeless for Federal Mandate Volunteers are looking for anyone who is homeless or unsheltered.
Columbia Senator Think State Should Say No to Education Funding CutsA Republican State Senator from Columbia isn't happy with the governor's proposed cuts to higher education.
Metrolink Expansion Could be Coming to North, South St. LouisDon't expect to see new train tracks even in the next few years.
Missouri Locks and Dams in Need of Repairs, FundingThe locks and dams along the Mississippi River are aging and in need of upgrades.
City Comptroller Yet to Sign Scottrade Funding PackageCity Comptroller Darlene Green appears to be taking her time to think about a funding package for the Scottrade Center
Stenger Says County Will Not Provide More Trolley FundingSt. Louis County Executive Steve Stenger is not budging in his opposition to providing more money for the long-delayed Loop Trolley project.
Fight Continues for City Funding at Scottrade CenterAlderwoman Cara Spencer says attorneys are fighting over whether the Blues ownership group should open their books to prove they need taxpayer help.
St. Charles Could Lose Federal Highway MoneySt. Charles, Jefferson and Franklin counties would get less federal highway money under a proposed new funding formula.
Educators Hope for More Counselors Following Funding BillOne of the things educators hope the funding will bring is more counselors into the schools.
Scottrade Funding Issues Cited in City Credit RatingThe report from S&P Global mentions Scottrade Center in the context of the city's "moderately high" debt obligations.
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.
Illinois House Fails to Pass Education Funding ReformThe Illinois House shot down legislation that reflects changes Governor Bruce Rauner wanted in the education funding plan he rejected.