Democratic political advisers view Wesley Bell US Senate candidacy in varying ways, with one hinting Bell is looking ahead to possible run at Cori Bush.
Arnold Britt is to appear July 5 in St. Louis County court on felony charge of receiving stolen property, misdemeanor charge of fraudulently using credit card.
Arnold Britt, 40, of Ballwin, was charged Thursday with felony receiving stolen property and misdemeanor fraud. A former Mizzou football player, Britt has been St. Louis firefighter since 2013.
Mary Eliza Mahoney, child of former slaves, graduated from nursing school in 1879. She later was co-founder of National Association of Colored Graduate Nurses.
Budzinski, a Democrat, lambasts GOP plan to cut border spending. Bost, a Republican, slams Biden administration for squandering surplus COVID-19 funds.
Hamm, an STL native and former star of “Mad Men,” lends his voice in new ad for Kunce, a Democrat challenging incumbent GOP U.S. Sen. Josh Hawley in 2024.
Josh Hawley, conservative Missouri Republican, and Dick Durbin, liberal Illinois Democrat, join forces make tech companies liable for child porn on sites.
“National Police Week” honor passed by 413-2 vote. Bush and U.S. Rep. Rashida Tlaib, D-Michigan, said resolution just pushes GOP’s “false narrative.”
With return of baseball in April, Cardinal flagship radio station sees more than 40% bump in overall audience and jumps into top five in Nielsen ratings.
After Shalonda Webb stopped opposing County Executive's spending powers, Jamestown Mall got another $180,000 allotment from agency controlled by Sam Page.
Gov. Mike Parson said Wednesday that application process has begun to replace embattled circuit attorney Gardner, who is set to quit June 1.
New batch of judges and lawyers surfaces as possible successors to embattled St. Louis Circuit Attorney Kimberly M. Gardner, who is set to resign June 1.
On Thursday, the north outreach center of the St. Louis Crisis Nursery, 2433 North Grand, will be renamed the “William F. Siedhoff Family Empowerment Center.”
After the embattled St. Louis Circuit Attorney said she would resign June 1, a list of people possibly interested in taking the job has surfaced.
Carol Howard represented 13th Ward, in Bevo Mill area, for 12 years. But day after April 4 election, she put house up for sale and now lives in St. Louis County
Bosley said Perry County warrant remained active because of clerical error. Circuit clerk official says county acted correctly in the matter.
Eric Schmitt’s “ERASER” Act — standing for “Expediting Reform And Stopping Excess Regulations” — would make it more difficult for bureaucrats to impose new rules.
Bipartisan proposal would add to existing Abraham Accords by focusing U.S. defense measures at maritime threats coming from Iran, other non-state belligerents.
Federal government will again allow sale of higher-grade ethanol during summer months, an action supported by most lawmakers in Bi-State area and Midwest
Stopping short of directly endorsing Trump, Hawley told Washington Post that New York prosecutor has helped galvanize support for former president.
U.S. Rep. Cori Bush, D-St. Louis, was one of 19 House members who opposed measure, which also called for more countries to join 2020 Abraham Accords.
U.S. Rep. Jason Smith stopped in southeast Missouri portion of his district to hear from businesses about difficulties dealing with federal government.
Proposed law would allow victims of child sexual abuse material to hold online platforms accountable in state and federal court for distributing such images.
U.S. energy secretary backs plan to test all Hazelwood schools for radiation, as well as pay for new construction in districts with nuclear contamination.
Nikki Budzinski, who represents part of the Metro East, got EPA boss to commit to naming special coordinator to look at longstanding sewage, flooding problems.