Plans for a new medical marijuana farm in the St. Louis suburbs have been snuffed out.
CLAYTON — The St. Louis County Council on Tuesday voted to approve up to $4.5 million in property tax abatement for a local trucking company building a new headquarters in South County.
Irving Clay, a former St. Louis alderman and the brother and uncle of two longtime congressmen, has died.
The local chapter of the National Women’s Political Caucus was sharply criticized by some members for endorsing Jane Dueker, a candidate for St. Louis County executive.
The commission had been without a quorum since March 16.
Union ballots are being counted this week in several St. Louis area Starbucks stores.
Several Missouri candidates are needling their opponents about debates ahead of the Aug. 2 primary.
Missouri’s presidential primary is nonbinding, meaning party delegates can ignore the results.
Plans for a new medical marijuana farm in the St. Louis suburbs could soon be snuffed out.
Ste. Genevieve County officials last week enacted an ordinance that opponents of the mine hope will block activity on the 249-acre site.
The law affects more than 13,000 state employees, who work in mental health facilities, youth detention homes and other state offices.
Rep. Patricia Derges, R-Nixa, is scheduled for a federal trial next month.
The Missouri Supreme Court has denied a request by U.S. Senate candidate Mark McCloskey and his wife to give free legal advice to Project Veritas.
John Wood is a former U.S. Attorney and St. Louis native who got his start in politics interning for Sen. John C. Danforth.
The St. Louis Board of Aldermen will return next week to gathering online after someone at last week's meeting tested positive for the coronavirus.
A new Illinois ban on "ghost guns" was cause for celebration among many anti-gun violence activists, while opponents said it created unnecessary regulations.
The lawmaker resigned from the Missouri House in 2019.
St. Louis alderman asks developer of $40 million student housing complex near SLU for donation to affordable housing fund.
Vice President Kamala Harris met Thursday with abortion providers from some of the most restrictive states in the country, including Missouri.
Body cameras may be coming to corrections officers at St. Louis' jails under a new proposal aired Thursday.
Deaths fell slightly compared with 2020 levels, but the state still recorded a "natural decrease" in population.
Appeals court says Lincoln County presiding judge has power to give himself "appointing authority."
The NAACP is outraged and trying to get the U.S. Justice Department involved to set some agreeable parameters for when police pursuits are warranted.
Case highlights broken immigration system in U.S.
St. Louis economic development arm hiring consultant to rebrand.