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According to a payroll analysis by the St. Louis Post-Dispatch, some Metro drivers made more than $40,000 in overtime pay last year.
A rapidly-growing homeless camp outside St. Louis City Hall was dismantled Monday evening.
It’s the annual community-building effort to promote partnerships among police and the communities.
Phone and computer scheduling issues are impacting some Metro Call-A-Ride customers on Tuesday.
Another aldermanic committee considers new rules for large vacant buildings, such as the railway exchange building downtown and the former 'Famous-Barr' store.
St. Charles County is hosting an open house for its youth career program.
St. Louis aldermen plan to tackle the short-term rental issue Tuesday. They're considering a bill to require a permit to operate a short term rental.
The man accused of shooting two Hermann police officers and killing one of them is back in court on Tuesday.
It's the annual community-building effort to promote partnerships among police and the communities.
Ameren Illinois and Spectrum utility workers restored power and internet to homes in Dupo after flames spread from a garage fire to a power pole.
Some Florissant citizens are in an uproar over the city’s plan to trade 30 acres of land at Koch Park for land owned by a housing developer.