The attorney general demanded Planned Parenthood turn over a litany of records earlier this month as part of his investigation into allegations of misconduct at the Washington University Transgender Center at St. Louis Children’s Hospital.
The April 4 election will determine the representatives of St. Louis' new 14-ward Board of Aldermen. In addition to selecting legislative representatives at City Hall, voters will also decide on a sales tax on marijuana and whether to create a commission to regularly review the city’s charter.
On the Democratic side, Durbin cautions against political violence disrupting the legal process.
St. Louis Symphony Orchestra Music Director Stéphane Denève enjoys the ambassadorial aspect of representing St. Louis abroad.
Prominent local roller skater Xavier Alexander, known as Professor X, has been skating in St. Louis for more than 25 years.
The charges, which are expected to be released in coming days, make Trump the first former president in United States history to be criminally indicted.
Instead of speaking on the billions of dollars within the Missouri budget, House Democrats repeatedly spoke out against language added to each bill that prohibits spending on anything associated with diversity, equity and inclusion. That language is expected to be stripped out in the Senate.
Tens of thousands of Cardinals fans flocked to Busch Stadium on Thursday to celebrate the return of baseball in an afternoon matchup against the Toronto Blue Jays.
The measure to study psilocybin therapy still needs a final vote in the House before it heads to the Senate.
The rally comes after the Republican-led Senate passed two bills placing limitations on health care and sports participation for trans youth. Both bills still need to pass the House.
Sen. Lincoln Hough, R-Springfield, expressed unease with the measure so soon after a deadly school shooting in Nashville.
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