Nine crumbling homes were demolished Saturday and other vacant lots cleared of debris as part of the Clean Sweep program.
Mayoral spokesman said officials still believe the city’s main downtown jail will have enough room to accommodate current workhouse prisoners.
Man who judge found innocent asks high court to reverse bad precedent that keeps him in prison.
Clinics offering two-dose vaccines will continue, at least through June.
Just five months into her first term, the St. Louis lawmaker has emerged as one of the most visible faces of the Democratic Party’s left wing.
Mr. Simon, who died Sunday at his home, also served in the Missouri House in the 1960s and considered running for mayor in the 1980s.
One critic, Alderman Megan Green, says she has asked Mayor Tishaura O. Jones to get city development officials to try to renegotiate the deal.
Republicans who control the redistricting process in Missouri could push for seven GOP-friendly districts, leaving Democrats with one.
Top Illinois Republicans also challenged the maps this week in a lawsuit filed in federal court in Chicago after Gov. J.B. Pritzker signed the…
Gov. Mike Parson and other GOP governors contend ‘generous’ jobless benefits have kept potential workers on the sidelines and hurt businesses.
He’ll sign the bill in a Saturday ceremony at Frontier Justice, a Lee’s Summit shooting range.
The budget committee wants Mayor Jones to outline $5.7 million in cuts to offset a loss in revenue due to her decision to stop housing federal…
Emily Orf, 26, spoke to The Associated Press about her interactions with now-Rep. Chad Perkins, after the allegations became public last month.
MoDOT keeps ‘moving the ball’ says nonprofit seeking preservation.
Hartzler is the first member of Congress to announce a campaign to succeed U.S. Sen. Roy Blunt.
Shalonda Webb’ proposal would use $875,000 in federal money to pay for the incentives.
Opponents said the new law will make it more difficult to police bad actors.
An ex-employee has filed suit, alleging she was fired in February in retaliation for telling supervisors about improper disposal of some vehicles.
Workers want a way to request a delayed return to the office if they have family and childcare responsibilities.
Comer, an environmental lawyer, was named director of the department in January 2017 by former Gov. Eric Greitens.
Planned Parenthood calls ruling ‘a critical victory for Missourians’; Attorney General Eric Schmitt says he’ll appeal.
Comptroller Darlene Green is declining to pay $250,000 in legal bills submitted by a special prosecutor in a case involving former Gov. Eric Greitens.