Missouri Ranks Low for Smoking PreventionMissouri ranks second to last when it comes to funding programs that prevent kids from smoking and helping smokers quit.
Krewson Not Taking Sides in Scottrade Funding Battle Lyda Krewson is declining to say whether she thinks the city's credit rating could be hurt by the plan to modernize the Scottrade Center.
Brentwood to Spend Prop P Funds on Law EnforcementThorton says their Prop P funds will go to bettering their current police department.
Chesterfield Promises Public Meetings on Prop P SpendingChesterfield is open to public discussion on Prop P spending
Stenger Says Prop P is Only for Public SafetyStenger says spending Prop P money on anything other than public safety violates the law.
Police Chief Calls Prop P Spending 'Innappropriate'St. Louis County's police chief says it's "inappropriate" for cities to use their Prop P sales tax proceeds for road work instead of police.
Missouri Lawmakers Butt Heads Over Foster Care SpendingSome Missouri lawmakers are questioning Governor Eric Greitens' plan to spend more money than the Legislature approved for foster-care families.
Clayton Reveals Prop P Spending PlanClayton city manager Craig Owens says their $800 thousand a year share of prop p will go to public safety.
Using Prop P Money for PotholesOne suburb wants to use its cash in a way that's raising some eyebrows.
Survey Finds Where Millennials Are Spending Less MoneyThe Millennial generation is showing different spending habits compared to older Americans.
Missouri Governor Signs Budget, Cuts $250M in SpendingThis includes money for K-12 school buses, higher education and social services.
President's Budget Could Hurt Missouri Welfare ProgramsA watchdog of Missouri's budget is warning that President Trump's spending plan would hurt Missourians and the state as a whole.

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