It’s at least the second legal challenge this week to the sweeping proposal laid out by President Joe Biden in late August.
A former New York youth pastor on Thursday was sentenced to more than 13 years in prison for sexually abusing a 15-year-old girl in 2013 at a youth camp in Missouri.
The corruption scheme ensnared several Arkansas elected officials and lobbyists, prosecutors said.
The commission wasn’t able to act on a complaint filed against a St. Charles County Councilman.
"Zoom is not a good way to run a government," wrote one alderman.
Rosati-Kain and St. Mary’s are among the smallest in the archdiocese.
New Economic Justice Action Plan unveiled, among other changes.
Hazelwood, Webster Groves, Ladue, Maryland Heights, University City and the St. Louis County Office of Emergency Management all submitted letters to the state to help pay for the voluntary buyout of 64 properties heavily damaged in the summer storms.
As Agape scandal widens, Rep. Rob Vescovo wants Department of Justice to enter the fray. It's a far cry from what the Speaker wrote about federal "police powers" a year ago.
U.S. officials swore in 288 people as America's newest citizens Thursday in a special ceremony in Busch Stadium.
The increase in used-car values is likely to result in higher personal property tax bills for many St. Louis County residents even though their vehicles are a year older.
City Comptroller Darlene Green unveiled a similar slate of ideas last month.
Sept. 29, 1927: A massive tornado rips through the heart of St. Louis, killing 78 in barely 5 minutes
5 girls at Central High School are among the victims over storm’s seven-mile path.
A former St. Louis County jail official will plead guilty to federal bribery charges related to COVID-19 funds.
Improvements include a new dining room and self-order kiosks.
The Massachusetts settlement, which was signed Sept. 23, brings Centene’s pharmacy services settlement total to at least $489 million.
SIGN HERE: Any plan that Cardinals fans may have had about dropping a “thank-you” line to Yadier Molina and Albert Pujols just got a whole lot easier.
The measure could come before the full House as early as Thursday.
A man was shot and killed Wednesday afternoon in a seemingly random shooting inside a barber shop in The Grove area of St. Louis.
Magnus Carlsen, the world champion, lost to Hans Niemann two weeks ago at the over-the-board Sinquefield Cup in St. Louis.